Prior to the retrofit, 495 Truck Center was using nearly 71,000 kWh of electricity annually. Trust Energy designed a customized solution to reduce energy consumption and improve light quality in the retail area and the truck repair space. The lighting upgrade saves 34,962 kWh, reducing 495 Truck’s energy use by 49%. Trust Energy also secured nearly $20,000 in utility rebate money, reducing the total upgrade cost by almost 50%.
Borg Design had recently relocated to a larger space, which they were upgrading to create a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. They knew proper lighting would be critical for their CNC machinists, but the lighting layout in their new space wasn’t the right fit.
New LED Lighting for 100 Year Old Business Bouvier Pharmacy was dissatisfied with the quality of their display lighting. They were tired of paying high electric bills to power lights that failed to enhance their retail space. Trust Energy designed a customized solution to improve the look and feel of the store both inside and out. The lighting upgrade saves 13,189 kWh, […]
Community EMS Tackles the Difficult Issue of Maintaining Outdoor Lighting Located in Marlborough, MA, Community EMS has been recognized as a trusted leader in medical transportation services for over 40 years. Community EMS strives to maintain a high standard of excellence when providing care for their patients. In order to fulfill this mission, Community EMS staff must be able to […]
Hunt’s Mobil, a family owned convenience store, gas station, and auto repair shop has been serving the Marlborough, MA community for over 30 years. Like many of his neighbors, store owner Craig Hunt was frustrated with the rising cost of electricity in Massachusetts and the impact it was having on his operating expenses. Overhead costs in the convenience store industry have been growing and the recent 37 percent electricity rate hike made his margins even tighter.
Interim Furnishings had relocated to a larger warehouse space and inherited numerous old fluorescent task lights. Of the 365 fixtures in the building, only half were working but all were drawing power. Instead of purchasing and installing more outdated and unreliable fluorescent bulbs, Interim decided to replace their entire lighting system with new energy efficient LED fixtures and install occupancy sensors throughout the building.