Immediately reduces electrical load, thus reducing theenvironmental impact of electricity production.
Energy efficiency produces the cleanest and most abundant untapped energy resource in the country.
Uses at least 75% less energy than incandescent lighting, saving on operating expenses.
How can we lower energy consumption without disrupting the comfort and the efficiency of the work environment?
In other words, if we like to have 100 lights turned on during the work day, how can we do so more efficiently?
Is there a way that we can do so without breaking the bank?
Solar panels, wind energy, and lighting controls have all been usual answers, but to the wrong question. These programs answer the question of how can we find alternative energy sources to consume the same amount of energy, not less energy.
We at Vector believe that the answer is surprising simple: you lower energy consumption without disrupting the comfort and the efficiency of the work environment and do not break the bank by retrofitting your building to LED lighting.
In fact, it is our contention and our goal that you will increase efficiency and make money by retrofitting your lighting system to LED, and Vector will guide you through the process.
Once this is done, then it is time to consider solar panels and wind energy.