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Read up on the latest news and insights around LED lighting and energy optimization.

Your business is an Organism. Build its immunity.

If your business is an organism have you taken the necessary steps to build its immunity pre, during, and post pandemic?

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Dangers of TLED Upgrades

Don’t get burned with substandard TLED lighting

TLED / tubular LED technology can be traced back to the early 2000s at a time where the development of white LEDs made it possible to use LEDs for general lighting.

Traditionally designed to be a retrofit replacement for flourescent tubes in compatible luminaries,

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What’s your sustainability score?

A part of running a successful business is managing risk and preparing for the future. Increasingly the risk-management narrative has centered around the topic of sustainability.

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Energy Incentives

Reduce the upfront cost of your LED lighting project by securing electrical utility incentives/ rebates. Energy incentive management is meticulous and time-consuming work. Our incentives management team are experts who make this process seamless.

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How do you make your workplace social distance friendly?

As companies are developing their “return to work policies” in a COVID-19 world we find ourselves asking, “how can we make workplaces safer for everyone?”. LED lighting IoT sensors have the data for the job!

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Precision matters when it comes to LED retrofits

Evaluating an LED lighting project is a great start, but how do you know you’re getting the best value, greatest efficiency, and all those promised safety and productivity gains?

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Increase cash flow using “other peoples money” to fund your efficiency project

Budgets are tight and businesses want to keep their cash. Now’s the perfect time to explore these 5 options to fund efficiency projects that increase cash-flow.

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How your building can help fight airborne disease transmission.

Monitoring and improving air quality is the responsibility of building managers as spaces reopen.

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