Reduce Lighting Expenses by 50%!
Lighting accounts for approximately 40% of commercial electricity use. About 25% of electricity bills are lighting expenses. Occupancy sensors can reduce lighting costs by up to 50%. Occupancy sensors are electrical devices used to conserve energy and provide convenience by turning lights off soon after the last occupant has left the room. There are two types of occupancy sensors: Infrared, for smaller rooms, and Ultrasonic, for larger rooms. These sensors can be used in both residential and commercial settings!
The benefits of sensor projects:
• Reduce electric bills
• Reduced electrical energy consumption
• Increase property value
• Improve the environment
• Qualify you for tax deductions or rebates
According to the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) of the U.S. Department of Energy, an occupancy sensor can reduce energy use by about 30%.
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