According to Energy Star the 47,000 hotels spread across the United States spend an average of $2,196 per available room every year on energy bills and expenses, which totals about 6 percent of a hotel’s operating costs.
Hotel lighting can be easily upgraded to contribute to the building’s energy efficiency. More hotels around the nation are realizing how simple it can be to cut down on electricity use by making some lighting changes. The type of lighting depends on the hotels needs and certain types may not be beneficial for all buildings.
Hotels, casinos and other companies have saved thousands of dollars and experienced tremendous return on investments after they began using LED lighting. Businesses across Colorado are saving money and becoming more environmentally friendly by taking an interest in the most effective and efficient lighting solutions for their buildings.