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by Alisa Princy (2019-12-09)


If you are interested in making Ground Power Generator Review energy efficiency implementation a part of your company's financial well being, chances are that you have read articles and reports that express the value of energy efficiency implementation in terms of dollar amounts and percentages that are not attached to actual energy efficiency projects. Therefore, in order to offer an idea of how energy efficient lighting affect everyday companies, we list six examples of companies that are currently benefiting from their decision to implement energy efficient lighting retrofits in their buildings. Samir Financial Services (Annual Savings: $99,395) Located in Evanston, Illinois, Samir Financial Services owns a 10 story multi-tenant building. The company contracted an energy efficiency company to retrofit over 2,100 old light fixtures with energy efficient lighting, which created up to a 50 percent annual reduction in lighting expense for an average monthly savings of $8,282. As an added benefit, the company also improved its lighting levels by 10-30 percent. The company realized a first year ROI of 31 percent on the project. Hardwood Pacific (Annual Savings: $658,000) Located in Dallas, Texas, Hardwood Pacific is a large Dallas realtor that occupies 13 buildings covering a total of 1.2 million square feet. By opting for a complete lighting retrofit across its 13 buildings, the company reduced its lighting expense by 70 percent and improved its lighting levels by 10-50 percent. The company realized a first year ROI of 50 percent on the project. Hines (Annual Savings: $70,970) Hines is a global real estate company located in Silicon Valley. The company implemented energy efficient lighting retrofits in over 200,000 square feet of its facilities, reducing its annual lighting expense by up to 70 percent and improving its lighting levels by 10 to 50 percent. The company realized a first year ROI of 31 percent on the project. Washington D.C. Office Building (Annual Savings: $132,750) A 12-story Washington D.C. office building managed by the Stillman Group underwent an energy efficiency lighting retrofit and reduced its annual lighting expense by up to 70 percent. As an added benefit, the building also improved its lighting levels by 10-50 percent. The building's management group realized a first year ROI of 80 percent on the project.

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