How hotel’s can easily cut costs.

1 03 2010

Guest overuse isn´t the only reason a big portion of a hotel´s energy bill is tied directly to lighting. Inefficient bulbs are also major culprits. Fortunately, the fix is easy enough. Hotels can optimize their lighting efficiency by replacing standard incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL) that use less electricity and last up to 10,000 hours longer. This simple switch could mean $15,000 in annual savings for a 100-room property with five sockets in each room (Source: GE)  You can buy them here from your Energy Star Partner, Priority Lighting.

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Did you know?

10 02 2010

Lighting in the workplace and in our homes can make a difference on how we feel. In terms of its effect on the environment and the consequence to our pockets, the way we use lighting can be an important factor. For instance, the conventional incandescent light bulbs we commonly use in our home only use a very small percentage of its devoted energy into actual light. The remaining energy goes to distributing large amounts of heat. Therefore, using your AC to cool your space consumes even more energy.  Switching to a CFL can help save energy consumption by 75% and the newer LED technology can save up to 80% on your energy consumption. A typical CFL lasts around 10,000 hours while LED’s can last up to five times that amount – 50,000 hours. CFL’s should be properly recycled, while LED’s, light emitting diodes, are “eco friendly” and are usually 100% recyclable. No matter what your lighting needs may be, Priority Lighting can help you go green and save money. Call us today! 800-709-1119

by: Priority Lighting





Our article in Globe magazine – Cold weather lighting tips

4 01 2010

Here are a few great tips on how to get the most out of your lighting during the winter months. Please read our article featured in this months Jan 2010 issue of Globe magazine.  http://www.prioritylighting.com/Storage Article_PriorityLighting.pdf





5 Great Tips For Facility Managers To Cut Energy Costs

29 12 2009

1. Cut Night Site Lighting
2. Retrofit Your Facilities
“How long will does it take for me to see a cost benefit?” Usually pay-back is less than a year. The cost of discovering and analyzing the problems can be significant since the energy-wasting problem may be hidden. Priority Lighting can help you with any of your retrofit needs.
3. Switch to CFL’s
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4. Turn Off Vending Machine Lights
5. Hotels: Shut Out Solar Heat
Hotels have a quick, no-cost way to reduce energy consumption. Be sure drapes are almost fully closed  in the summer to prevent heat penetration.  This will also help to prevent loss of heat from the guest room through the windows in the winter!





Fluorescent T12 lamps will soon become obsolete

8 12 2009

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS:
http://www.nlb.org/index.cfm?cdid=10606&pid=10213





U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)

12 11 2009

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT CFL’S:
http://www.energysavers.gov/your_home/lighting_daylighting/index.cfm/mytopic=12050





Priority Lighting. Your Source for Lighting

30 10 2009

Welcome to the Priority Lighting blog. Priority Lighting is, not only your #1 source for the best prices on the web, but we also provide you with current news and information about the lighting industry from new energy-saving products, to the latest technologies and innovative ways to save you more money.  We know that satisfied customers are our best advertisement so we will always do our best to ensure that you recieve the best products, prices, and services available.  Call today for a quote – all our products are guaranteed.

Build a Better Bulb for a $10 Million Prize

By ERIC A. TAUB and LEORA BROYDO VESTEL (New York Times)

Rick Friedman for The New York Times

Philips has developed an LED light bulb that uses one-sixth the energy of a standard 60-watt incandescent bulb.

Philips has developed an LED light bulb that uses one-sixth the energy of a standard 60-watt incandescent bulb.

The ubiquitous but highly inefficient 60-watt light bulb badly needs a makeover. And it could be worth millions in government prize money — and more in government contracts — to the first company that figures out how to do it.

Right now, that company could be Philips, the Dutch electronics giant. The company announced on Thursday that it had submitted the first entry for the L Prize, an Energy Department contest that will award up to $10 million to the first person or group to create a new energy-sipping version of the most popular type of light bulb used in America.

To read the complete article please click the following link: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/25/technology/25bulb.html?_r=1

Or, contact one of our sales assosiates to see our full line of energy efficiant lighting solutions…..