The latest new business earned by Michigan’s technology-based companies
The United States military is the single largest consumer of energy in the world. And now it has discovered EverLast induction lighting for street and area lights from Jackson-based Full Spectrum Solutions Inc.
Jackson-based Full Spectrum Solutions installs its EverLast induction lighting fixtures in a large expo and event center, saving energy and making things brighter.
In partnership with DTE Energy’s Community Lighting group, Oakland University Facilities Management has turned its campus into a demonstration site for Emerging Lighting Technologies to study energy, light output, and maintenance.
Detroit’s Cobo Center has received an energy-efficient lighting facelift.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is replacing more than 200 inefficient high-pressure sodium roadway fixtures near Detroit Metro Airport as part of an innovative lighting demonstration funded by the Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth.
The latest prizes, awards and industry certifications won by Michigan’s technology-based companies, organizations and people.
When NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas needed an advanced lighting system to illuminate a parking lot that had no electricity, they selected the EverLast PV/Wind Hybrid Area Lighting System from Jackson-based Full Spectrum Solutions Inc. The system combines lighting with wind and solar power and battery electric storage.
UC Davis began implementing smart lighting initiatives with the help of the California Lighting Technology Center in 2007. The university won the 2009 Best Practice Award for retrofitting 380 high-pressure sodium fixtures with EverLast 100-watt garage fixtures from Jackson-based Full Spectrum Solutions Inc. The move saves the university $78,000 a year in electricity use.
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 […]