Built in 1915, the newly refurbished Innovation Center on the grounds of the Embassy of the United States, Helsinki, Finland, exemplifies America’s commitment to improving the relationship between the ...
The Indiana Municipal Power Agency (IMPA) believes there’s strength in numbers. The wholesale power supplier was awarded a recent U.S. Department of Energy grant to fund the retrofitting of outdoor street lights in 20 member communities with light emitting plasma and LED street lighting fixtures.
When Monroe Lee, owner of KIA AutoSport, began design on a new KIA dealership in Columbus, Ga., he decided to investigate lighting solutions that delivered bright, high-quality light while helping to reduce energy consumption in one of the facility’s key areas: dealer lots.
BR Williams Trucking Inc., a trucking, warehousing and logistics company based in Oxford, Ala., recently completed a three-facility lighting retrofit project that shines more efficient light on 1.2 million square feet of warehouse space.
GE Lighting is working with China Resources Vanguard to provide its supermarkets with new energy-efficient lighting solutions. More than 25 Vanguard supermarkets have made the switch to GE’s Tetra® LED signage lighting systems, while several others are upgrading indoors as well with GE’s T5 Watt-Miser™ linear fluorescent lamps and ConstantColor® CMH® lamps.
Beginning with its first store in 1936, Stater Bros. (San Bernardino, Calif.) has a long history of doing right by its customers. It also has a long history of doing right by the environment. To deepen its commitment to reducing energy usage, Stater Bros. retrofit the frozen-food cases in nearly all of its 166 stores with GE’s LED refrigerated display lighting.
Hotel Adlon Kempinski, one of the most recognized and acclaimed hotels in Germany, has reduced its energy consumption by 80 percent following the replacement of halogen lighting with LED lamps in 382 hotel guest rooms.
Since its founding four decades ago by three sisters and families who dreamed of honoring their mother and her collections, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, has been committed to enhancing lives through art and educational programs.