Energy Saving Solutions, a national supplier of energy-efficient LED and induction lighting technology to industry and government, announced today that
"It is with great pleasure we welcome
In addition to offering commercial clients a wide variety of the latest in LED and induction lighting bulbs and fixtures, Energy Saving Solutions has gained considerable traction among business owners due to the firm’s popular ‘Zero Out of Pocket LED Retrofit’ program.
Designed to help organizations reduce greenhouse gas emissions while saving money by significantly shrinking utility bills and never having to replace burned out lights, the company’s innovative program provides any size commercial enterprise with upwards of tens of thousands of dollars worth of state-of-the-art energy efficient lighting based on a shared cost-savings arrangement.
"As a certified residential contractor I have always had an interest in saving customers money through construction techniques which would result in those savings or green materials that also would save the customer future dollars,"
Launched nearly four years ago as a developer and manufacturer of LED lighting products, Energy Saving Solutions has grown rapidly due to increased public awareness of the advantages of alternatives to old fashioned filament wire light bulbs. Most of the company’s line of commercial lighting products function with light emitting diodes, known as LEDs, that save up to 90 percent of energy compared to yesterday’s inefficient incandescent bulbs once ubiquitous in homes and businesses.
LED and Induction Lighting: Two Green Alternatives to Traditional Energy-Wasting Bulbs
Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting is very different from traditional filament-based light bulbs. The light source in LED bulbs is created by a diode, a semiconductor device with two terminals that emits light. As electricity is passed through the diode, the atoms release energy in the form of electrons which become visible as light.
Although they tend to look like ordinary fluorescent lights, induction lighting is far more efficient, longer lasting and less prone to sudden failure. Also called electrodeless lamps, induction lights use power to excite gas encased in a tube or bulb to generate brightness. Standard gas discharge lamps have internal electrodes as a power source while induction lamps are powered from the outside through electromagnetic fields, making it possible to use higher efficiency materials and achieve much more cost-effective performance.
To help business owners and facility managers find out more about the ‘Zero Out of Pocket LED Retrofit’ program, Energy Saving Solutions offers a free, no obligation analysis of the lighting in use and current energy expenditures to determine potential cost savings. Call 305-735-2878 x 6010 e-mail savenow(at)energysavingindustry(dot)com or visit http://www.energysavingindustry.com.
Tel: 888-620-8133 X 7604
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