Philips Lighting Electronics has expanded its family of Optanium 28 Watt T5 electronic ballasts to include a fixed output version designed to support recessed lighting applications.
The slowing economy is having very little effect on demand for IT services, while driving improvements in energy efficiency and resource utilization, according to a recently released report.
“Smart” sensors have the ability to adapt a facility’s lighting schedule based on occupancy patterns.
In Augusta, a Hannaford store has earned the highest level of LEED certification.
“The vast majority of buildings that will exist in the year 2030 exist today,” said Gordon Holness, ASHRAE president. “If we are to have a material impact on overall energy use, it is through renovation of existing building stock.
A Square D® Powerlink® G3 intelligent lighting control system can be a critical part of a demand response strategy.
It may be years away, but smart grid technology should be on the horizon for facility managers now.
The project will result in energy savings and reduced CO2 emissions to the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, cutting base building electricity use by up to 80% (by way of a combination of energy savings and cogeneration).
The state is procuring wind energy through ConEdison Solutions.
OSRAM SYLVANIA has launched the SYLVANIA Energy Solutions Network, an alliance between the global lighting brand, energy service companies (ESCOs), and electrical distributors nationwide.