Energy efficiency is good for more than just saving money for property owners; it’s also good policy and can help improve the economy.
Efforts to become more energy efficient can start with an LED lighting upgrade. Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can produce cost-effective results and reduce energy consumption as well as carbon emissions. Furthermore, the lifespan of an LED is much longer than any other light bulb in the market and can last as long as 50,000 hours,
The energy efficient lighting movement is taking hold around the country but nowhere does it seem more needed than in the nation’s eldercare and long-term care facilities. Thankfully, lighting solutions are available, regardless of type or size of the facility, to save energy and boost both comfort and safety for residents.
Utility companies around the country are encouraging these efforts by offering energy efficient lighting upgrade and replacement rebates, some of which cover up to 50 percent of installation costs for retrofits. And, utilities aren’t the only source for rebates on purchases of energy efficient lighting products. …
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