Plug-and-Play LED Lighting Technology

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1) Issue: Energy/Water & Waste Management, LED Lighting Technology reduces electricity usage.

2) Tech summary:

  • Lunera® Lighting, Inc.,is accelerating the transformation to advanced LED technology highlighted by the new plug-and-play Lamp series of commercial interior and exterior LED replacements for high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps at the West Coast Energy Management Congress (EMC).
  • The plug-and-play lighting portfolio delivers a best-in-class LED replacement lighting solution. It gives facility owners and operators the opportunity to save 60% to 80% on their lighting energy.
  • BallastLED technology enables its lamps to operate directly off a fixture’s existing ballast, making an upgrade to LED lighting a simple plug-and-play installation without additional costs of hiring an electrician or electrical contractor.
  • Lighting of this type is suitable for areas where lighting use cannot be intermittent. Including: 24/7 work areas, parking garages, municipal buildings, etc…
  • Articles: Plug and Play LED LightingLunera Lucy Lamp

3) Stakeholders: commercial business owners, municipal energy managers, government buildings,

4) Steps for deployment:

  • Partner with lighting contractors to supply LED technology for projects
  • Develop incentive based programs to increase installation of technology
  • Increase product line to include more options for other lighting applications (indoors, etc…)
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One thought on “Plug-and-Play LED Lighting Technology

  1. Replacing standard incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) or light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is an easy way to lower electricity bills and reduce carbon emissions. LEDs in particular are generally more durable, efficient and have a lower heat output when compared to CFLs and incandescent bulbs. While LEDs are a great energy-saving alternative, payback periods for LEDs tend to be longer as they are more expensive to purchase.

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