The Calvary Presbyterian Church in San Francisco renovated its lighting for a return on investment of less than two months.
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This E Source case study from the warehouses sector was created for the Business Energy Advisor.
Although they are often less efficient than conventional lighting systems, remote-source lighting systems (often referred to as fiber-optic or light-pipe systems) have some unique performance characteristics. Find out how these systems operate and whether they’re a good choice for you.
Lighting controls are primarily used to turn lights off when they are not needed or dim them so that they produce no more light than necessary. Learn about the various options so you can choose the right system for your application.
Indirect lighting, in which light is mainly distributed upward rather than directly onto a work surface, minimizes glare on computer screens and creates a soft, inviting environment for concentrated work. System design can be challenging; find out what you need to know to make the right decision.
The options for lighting high-bay spaces are expanding. Learn about the various technologies and how to determine which is most cost-effective for your application.
Daylighting systems use natural lighting to supplement electric lighting; they offer the potential to cut energy use, reduce peak demand, and create a more desirable indoor environment, but careful planning and installation are required to achieve an effective daylighting system.
Make your home more energy efficient with the flip of a switch. Plus, other tips to help you get ahead of your energy bill.