Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. lighting-retrofit articles below.
The NYC bridal shop and reality TV venue for TLC's “Say Yes To The Dress” show upgraded its lighting for better color rendering.
The Department of Energy highlights 15 partners, along with those recognized in the last two years, that have newly installed or upgraded more than 2.8 million lighting fixtures and lighting controls.
In addition to reducing energy consumption, replacing linear fluorescent lighting with tubular LED created a safer work environment at the auto maker’s Lake Orion, MI plant.
With its new name, this provider of LED lighting solutions launches a cloud-based offering that leverages existing facility infrastructure to link power, light, and data systems.
Under the deal, the latter company will be part of Osram’s service division Sylvania Lighting Solutions (SLS).
Part of the company's EVERLINE LED retrofit product family, this offering may qualify for local utility rebates that require the retrofitted fixture to include a permanent (external) LED Driver.
This is the latest addition to the company's line of troffers designed to work in restricted plenum spaces without impacting the required distribution of light.
This online tool aims to simplify selection process for facility managers converting from incandescent, fluorescent, or halogen bulbs to LED lighting.
Featuring dimming functionality to 10%, the ENERGY STAR certified fixtures include a pre-attached trim kit housing that lends a finished appearance to ceilings.
This two-pronged lighting retrofit program aims to assist commercial facilities to reduce electricity costs, enhance quality of light, and lower financial risk.
The convergence of lighting, networking, and sensors can deliver a broad building management solution. Outfitting the building's lighting system to interact with others—such as HVAC and security—streamlines performance and energy use.
Energy managers at this university discovered the best system for its needs with the help of Leviton, a lighting energy management firm.