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PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.—WAC Lighting has added high output Single Spot and Double Spot luminaires to its Endurance line of exterior lighting. The 15-watt LED single spot replaces a 75-watt halogen fixture while the 30-watt LED double spot is a retrofit for a 150-watt halogen fixture.
LONGMONT, COLO.—TERRALUX’s SL Fixture Line is a significant upgrade for tired and flickering stairwell and garage lights. Its performance quality is now confirmed with a DLC Premium Classification.
MUSKEGON, MICH.—EarthTronics, dedicated to developing innovative energy efficient lighting products that provide a positive economic and environmental impact for its customers, introduces its new Type A direct install T5 LED linear tube to easily replace T5 fluorescent lamps working on program start high output ballast systems. This new technology from EarthTronics offers the first opportunity to cost-efficiently change out T5 fluorescent lamps in high bay warehouse and industrial fixtures.
COOPERSBURG, PA.—According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, 60 percent of U.S. commercial buildings were constructed before 1980, representing a tremendous need for retrofit products. This staggering number, combined with the ongoing contractor labor shortage, means that demand is high for time and labor-saving products and solutions. To address these issues, lighting control provider Lutron Electronics has launched its Vive wireless lighting control, which makes it easy to bring energy savings and comfort enhancing benefits into new and existing commercial buildings.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, has added a Hubbell Lighting case study to its website. The case study details Extended Stay America’s efforts to improve the exterior lighting at its hotels. From a lighting perspective, the technology used to light up the buildings, parking lots and common areas were outdated. The desired light levels were unachievable, and maintenance costs were unsustainable. The InSite Group and Hubbell Lighting partnered to develop a solution that would replace the existing pole and wallpacks with LED luminaires.
MUSKEGON, MICH.—EarthTronics introduces high lumen, high efficiency LEDs as an energy-efficient solution for replacing High Intensity Discharge lamps (HID) for interior and exterior applications in parking garages, site and security lighting, high bay warehouse fixtures and post lights. These commercial quality lamps feature high-power LED, durable construction and advanced electronic drivers that provide extended performance life and full omni-directional light output.
WEST CALDWELL, N.J.—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized MaxLite with a 2016 Energy Star Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Award for its continued leadership in protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency achievements. MaxLite’s accomplishments will be recognized in Washington, D.C. on April 13.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, has added an OSRAM SYLVANIA case study to its website. The case study details a lighting installation at the Hôtel Le Crystal in Montreal. The goal of the installation was to provide better illumination in parking areas, hotel and conference rooms, and office areas, while saving energy.
GREENVILLE, S.C.—As part of a $1 billion investment designed to improve its entire portfolio of 629 properties, Extended Stay America (ESA) recently began improving the exterior lighting at many of its facilities. From a lighting perspective, the technology used to illuminate the buildings, parking lots and common areas were outdated by almost 20 years. Existing light levels were not acceptable and maintenance costs were unsustainable.
DENVER—Solar Sphere, Inc. announced that the company has signed a new nationwide solar lighting distribution agreement with solartonic, llc. “Solar Sphere is excited to announce the addition of the award-winning solarlume solar street and parking lot lights to our portfolio,” said Russell Shriver, President for Solar Sphere, Inc. “This expanded offering will provide Solar Sphere customers with the option of a new vertically pole-integrated solar module that dramatically changes the appearance and improves the performance of traditional solar street lights.”
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