Schools & Universities

According to the Department of Energy, more than 25% of an average school’s electric costs can be attributed to lighting. From classrooms to hallways to parking lots, switching to LED lighting can reduce that energy usage by more than 50% and help your building accrue LEED credits. Indoor energy savings are augmented by a significant reduction in cooling energy, as the LED fixtures dissipate far less heat than traditional sources of illumination.

Of equal importance to saving energy is ensuring a properly lit learning environment for students. With life expectancy ratings (L70) well over 100,000 hours in many cases, LED lighting products will maintain their brightness substantially longer than fluorescents or HIDs.