When it comes to lighting retrofits for large multi-space commercial buildings, relationships are not just important between operating systems, but also between the people writing the specifications, doing the implementation, and performing the maintenance—and their local utility. It’s why Seattle City Light stepped up to help the Associated General Contractors of Washington’s (AGCW) facilities manager and electrical contractor with their lighting project.
Luminaire Level Lighting Controls (LLLC) was the key part of the proposed upgrade for AGCW’s prominent 10-story commercial building on the Lake Union. Seattle City Light offered a $127,269 incentive based on the energy savings, covering a significant amount of the total project cost. Additionally, AGCW found that LLLC could provide them with nearly $40,000 in annual energy savings.
This project is an example of how utilities, lighting contractors, and facility managers can work together to bring sustainable projects to light. Get the full story on BetterBricks.com here!