Brandeis University LED Retrofit Reduces Lighting Costs by 78%
PUBLISHED BY ENERGY MANAGER TODAY
BY ALYSSA DANIGELIS
Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, and Energy Source just completed an LED retrofit project at the campus center that is expected to reduce the university’s annual lighting costs by 78%. That equals $32,270 yearly, Patch reported.
Rhode-Island-based Energy Source, a division of Revolution Lighting Technologies, replaced antiquated existing lighting throughout the 65,000-square-foot Carl and Ruth Shapiro Campus Center, which houses study spaces, a theater, libraries, a café, lounges, a bookstore, and student life offices.