High-tech lighting in Michigan is a really bright idea. Just ask any of the 250-plus attendees Tuesday who jammed the Electrical Industry Training Center in Warren for the Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference.
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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.
EverLast Lighting said Wednesday that Dallas, Texas-based Greyhound Lines Inc. is installing EverLast induction lighting at its locations at Dallas and Houston, Texas, Chicago, Ill. and Ottawa, Canada.
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.
More than 130 building managers, contractors and other building technology experts gathered at the Electrical Industry Training Center in Warren Tuesday for the 2012 Michigan Lighting and Energy Conference.
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.
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.