Lighting and Lighting Control
Learn about how today’s energy-efficient lighting systems can enhance your building and save energy costs.
Types of Lighting Technologies
These simple, inexpensive sensors ensure that lights only operate when a room is occupied. Easily added to existing lighting, occupancy sensors are ideal for areas that are not in constant use, such as restrooms, storage areas, and conference rooms.
Daylighting controls regulate lighting based on available sunlight, dimming or turning off lights when the level of natural light allows.
The ability of users to individually adjust lighting levels in their own workspaces improves comfort, increases productivity, and reduces energy consumption.
Networked Lighting Controls
Advanced control systems network multiple fixtures together and blend control strategies based on the space, including occupancy sensing, daylight harvesting, task tuning, and dimming.
Lighting and Lighting Controls – Adding or Replacing Failed Equipment
High-efficiency lighting fixtures, lighting controls, and other lighting choices are bright ideas for any business. Let the energy efficiency service professionals help you create a building that does more, with less energy.
Lighting and Lighting Controls - Upgrading Equipment
Lighting is a significant operating expense in existing buildings. By upgrading lighting, owners can improve the economics of their buildings while enhancing the visual comfort and productivity of occupants. We provide a wide range of technical guidance for upgrading the efficiency of existing lighting.
Bright Opportunities Upstream Lighting
We work with electrical distributors to offer contractors and customers discounted pricing on LED lamps and select fixtures for commercial applications.
Sustainable Office Design
This initiative from Eversource and National Grid provides high-performance lighting solutions to leased commercial offices.
Custom Projects – Upgrading
We can help you find the right mix of energy efficient solutions and provide financial incentives to implement them.
Custom Projects – Adding or Replacing Failed Equipment
Buy down first costs of energy efficiency measures with custom incentives on energy efficient lighting.