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ENERGY EFFICIENT LIGHTING

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According to the U.S. Department of Energy, we consume about one-quarter of our electricity for lighting purposes. Lighting can be a prime opportunity for reducing energy costs and lowering your electric bill.

  • Increased lamp life equals less labor to replace lamps
  • Increased lumen levels means you could potentially light your space with fewer fixtures
  • Decreased energy consumption will give you a quick return on your retrofit investment, as well as a lower electric bill every month

Advances in lighting technology have improved energy efficiency of lighting by 30-60%. Energy-efficient lighting requires less energy, which lowers electricity demand, while maintaining adequate or better lighting output.


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Long-term savings can repay the initial capital investment. Also, Duke Energy offers rebates to their customers who upgrade the efficiency of their lighting system. Information about Duke’s incentives can be found here:



http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio-business/energy-management/lighting-incentive.asp