A complete retrofit of 12 exterior wall packs, 3 pole top parking lot fixtures, and 23 interior high bay fixtures to LED at a warehouse facility in Columbia, SC.
The retrofit increases property value for developers and decreases operating costs for tenants. The facility will receive a $3,776 rebate from Dominion Energy and save over $7,000 a year in energy and maintenance costs. Collier's payback for this investment is a remarkable 1.28 years.
Virginia Beach Field House
Virginia's premier indoor sports facility with over 175,000 square feet under its roof underwent a huge retrofit of 217 interior high bay fixtures and 29 exterior pole top parking lot fixtures.
Simply because of the efficiency of LED lights, the facility is expected to reduce energy costs by over $21,000 and save an additional $5,000 in maintenance costs each year. The improved lighting will open up many more opportunities for the facility.
South Carolina Association of School Administrators
SCASA helps students succeed in schools all over South Carolina. They replaced 11 outdated metal halide fixtures in their parking lot with new LED fixtures to ensure their own success in energy efficiency.
The parking lot is now much brighter, safer, and uses far less energy than before. They expect to save around $2,525 in energy and maintenance costs every year, and received a $1,175 rebate from Dominion Energy.
MUV Fitness replaced 30 of their outdated parking lot lights with new LED lights. The lot is now significantly brighter and the lights are much more efficient.
With immediate energy cost savings of $3,602 per year and rebates worth $3,108, the payback of this project is 1.54 years. Both management and customers are thrilled with the improved lighting and safety.
Retrofitting 27 outdated and inefficient UFO lighting fixtures with LED high-bay lighting in Heathwood Hall's school gymnasium supports athletic achievement.
They will see immediate energy cost savings of $767 per year and receive just over $2,900 worth of rebates from their electric service provider. Accounting for limited usage of their gym, the payback of this project is 3.9 years.
The full retrofit of this country club's facility from metal-halide technology to LED is still in progress. So far, the tennis courts have been completed.
For 60 fixtures, they will receive $16,401 in rebates from South Carolina Electric and Gas and expect to save $4,566 annually on energy costs. Furthermore, with minimal operation hours, their payback period for this investment is an impressive 3 to 3.5 years.
Retrofitting Lizard's Thicket's primary downtown location involved a comprehensive lighting upgrade from older 400W HID lamps to new 200W Colite-brand LED fixtures and poles in a traditional on-grid setup.
Their annual energy savings is estimated at 50% and the increased safety and curb appeal benefit both customers and employees.