Buildings accessible to the public, including office buildings, warehouses, retail stores, and manufacturing facilities, are required to have emergency exit lights to show the path to the emergency exits as well as the emergency exit doors. It is important that your emergency exit lights be properly placed within your commercial building and it’s also important that your exit lighting function properly, even in a total power outage.
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The interior and exterior lighting for your building or facility is an important area to stay on top of throughout the year. In addition to the lighting needed for people to do their jobs and to navigate around your facility, there is also the emergency lighting in case the power goes out so that people can safely exit the building.
Whether you are constructing a new facility that needs high bay lighting or looking to upgrade your current high bay lighting fixtures, there are a few things you should know before you make your final decision about the solution that’s best for you:
If your organization is looking to get the benefits of upgrading your older linear fluorescent lights with LED, one of the decisions you’ll need to make is whether you will replace the fluorescent tubes with LED tubes or invest in new LED fixtures.
This is the sixth and final blog post in the series to calculate the total Return on Investment (ROI) that a business will generate from their LED lighting retrofit project. Previously, we published the following posts in this series:
This is the fifth blog post in the series to calculate the total Return on Investment (ROI) that a business will generate from their LED lighting retrofit project. Previously, we published the following posts in this series: How to calculate the HVAC energy savings from an LED lighting retrofit project – April 2019 Energy Savings […]
This is the fourth blog post in the series to calculate the total Return on Investment (ROI) that a business will generate from an LED lighting retrofit project. Previously, we published the following posts in this series:
Of all of the reasons to embark on an LED lighting retrofit project, the energy savings from the project might be the most compelling. Not only do the savings go directly into your pocket from a reduction in your monthly utility bills, but the carbon footprint your business is leaving is smaller. While the impact of the project on our planet is important, it’s the reduction in your utility costs that will likely get management’s attention and help sell the project.
In our last post, What
will you save from an LED Lighting Retrofit Project?, we provided a high
level overview of how to calculate the savings your business will recognize
from an LED lighting retrofit project. As a reminder, the major
contributors to the total savings are:
- Labor savings
- Energy savings
- Material savings
- HVAC savings
In this post we will go into more detail about the labor
savings from an LED lighting retrofit project.
Your business is interested in finding ways to save money throughout your company. You’ve worked on process improvement and other cost cutting initiatives and you’ve managed to find significant savings that went straight to the bottom line. You recently heard about the potential savings you can get from an LED lighting retrofit project and you have a question – “how do I calculate the savings from an LED lighting retrofit project?” This article will provide you with a high level overview to calculating the savings your company will realize from such a project, and future articles will provide more detailed information to computing the actual savings.