LED Retrofit Saves 80%

July 19, 2013


In Lordstown, Ohio, the GM building is now home to the world's largest LED retrofit project of its kind.


So far the project involves more than 1,600 fixtures which has reduced energy consumption by more than 80 percent at one factory in the complex. And there's still another 4,000 fixtures to go.


The new LED fixtures will save the company about $780,00 per year. It also includes a built-in, integrated wireless control system, which allows for remote control and monitor of lighting fixtures.


Read more about the project at Clean Technica.

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