Guide to Implementing Energy Efficiency Lighting Retrofits

Johnson Controls

Millions of older metal halide lamps still burn in the nation’s factories and warehouses, wasting energy and delivering less than optimum workspace illumination. In two or three years they will squander enough money to have replaced them all with modern fixtures that use half the energy, cause half the greenhouse gas emissions, and deliver more
and better light to enhance worker safety, productivity and quality.

For years, lighting retrofits have been known as the low hanging fruit for energy savings in industrial facilities. That is still true, yet ceilings hung with outdated fixtures remain. Standing in the way of upgrades are competing capital investment priorities, pure inertia, the physical challenge of replacing hundreds of fixtures in high ceilings amid busy and crowded production spaces, and perhaps confusion in the face of multiple lighting technology choices.

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Published:  Sep 05, 2013
Length:  8
Type:  White Paper