EverLast Induction Lighting
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The water department of Tampa, Fla. began research for a lighting upgrade earlier this spring with the goal of cutting energy costs at their buildings.
Recently, 100-watt bi-level induction shoe box fixtures from Jackson-based EverLast Lighting were installed in the California Department of Public Health parking lot in Richmond.
Jackson-based EverLast Induction Lighting said Monday that Crippen Auto Mall in Lansing has replaced 1,000-watt metal halide outdoor lighting with EverLast 250-watt induction fixtures. Auto dealerships are some of the heaviest users of outdoor lighting […]
Jackson-based EverLast Induction Lighting has introduced a new line of lighting fixtures, called BioLume, in collaboration with the California Lighting Technology Center at the University of California Davis. The new patent-pending lighting series is a […]
Jackson-based EverLast Induction Lighting said Wednesday that the city of Utica, N.Y. has replaced 100 150-watt metal halide fixtures with 70-watt EverLast light emitting diode-based walkway light fixtures. The fixtures were installed in the city’s […]