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In the summer of 2012, Sierra Vista Hospital in Sacramento, Calif. reached out to California Electric Supply and Greentech of Ventura to complete a lighting upgrade that would significantly improve security in the parking garage and lower energy consumption. The answer? EverLast.
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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.
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.
Full Spectrum Solutions said a Tennessee manufacturer saved thousands of dollars on installation and will save thousands more in lower energy bills by installing Full Spectrum’s EverLast “shoe box” lighting fixtures at its plant.
A major expansion of Lansing’s Eastwood shopping area includes inviting gathering spots, broad sidewalks and attractive landscaping, there’s also new, high-tech lighting 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.