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Customer Case Study: Kimco realty cuts energy costs by 86% at Bay Area’s metro shopping center

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July 14, 2016

In the fall of 2014, Kimco completed a full-scale lighting upgrade with adaptive controls for the parking area of 280 Metro Center in Colma, CA.  ...

In the fall of 2014, Kimco completed a full-scale lighting upgrade with adaptive controls for the parking area of 280 Metro Center in Colma, CA. The lighting upgrade replaced the existing metal halide (MH) fixtures with new LED fixtures managed by the Lumewave by Echelon™ wireless lighting control network. As a result of the lighting installation, Kimco won the national 2015 LEEP (Lighting Energy Efficiency in Parking) Award for “Best Use of Lighting Controls at a Single Facility”, “Greatest Absolute Number of Facility Upgrades”, and “Largest Absolute Area of Facility Upgrades”.

Auto Dealership Case Study: Echelon Helps Dave Knapp Ford Cut Energy Costs by 84%

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February 01, 2016

Dave Knapp Ford, a progressive auto dealership, decided to upgrade his lighting to highlight his Ford and Lincoln product lines. The new lighting solu ...

Dave Knapp Ford, a progressive auto dealership, decided to upgrade his lighting to highlight his Ford and Lincoln product lines. The new lighting solution created an 84% reduction in energy costs, with 55% of the savings resulting from the lighting controls.

Auto Dealership Use Case: Sell Cars More Efficiently and Reduce your Overhead with Smart Lighting

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February 01, 2016

Automotive dealerships represent a unique outdoor lighting use case, where the show lots also function as merchandising opportunities. Lumewave by Ech ...

Automotive dealerships represent a unique outdoor lighting use case, where the show lots also function as merchandising opportunities. Lumewave by Echelon’s intelligent lighting control solution helps dealerships achieve spectacular automotive lighting along with energy efficiency, safety, and security.

Parking lot and Pathway Lighting Best Practice Solution Overview

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December 05, 2014

Parking lot, area, and pathway lighting that burns all night represents a significant source of energy waste and contributes to needless sky glow and ...

Parking lot, area, and pathway lighting that burns all night represents a significant source of energy waste and contributes to needless sky glow and light pollution.

The University of California at Davis reduced energy costs by more than 80 percent using Echelon's intelligent lighting control network.

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July 23, 2014

As part of its Smart Lighting Initiative, UC Davis undertook a campus-wide exterior lighting retrofit that involved installing over 1,500 network-co ...

As part of its Smart Lighting Initiative, UC Davis undertook a campus-wide exterior lighting retrofit that involved installing over 1,500 network-controlled LED streetlights, area lights, post-tops, and wall packs. The “ultra-smart” lighting system has reduced the campus's exterior lighting energy use by 86% (1,231,758kWh annually), saving at least $120,900 in annual energy and maintenance costs.

Customer Case Study: Networked Adaptive Exterior Lighting for the Health Care Sector

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May 28, 2014

In 2014, NorthBay VacaValley Hospital became one of the first U.S. health care facilities to install an energy-efficient, ultra-smart outdoor LED li ...

In 2014, NorthBay VacaValley Hospital became one of the first U.S. health care facilities to install an energy-efficient, ultra-smart outdoor LED lighting system. The award-winning project was so successful that the NorthBay Healthcare group is now considering expanding the VacaValley system and retrofitting the outdoor lighting at other sites. 

Customer Case Study: Adaptive LED Wall Packs, UC Davis

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March 15, 2013

In 2012, UC Davis upgraded its exterior lighting as part of the university’s Smart Lighting Initiative. Wall packs on campus, like other exterior li ...

In 2012, UC Davis upgraded its exterior lighting as part of the university’s Smart Lighting Initiative. Wall packs on campus, like other exterior lighting fixtures, were retrofitted with dimmable LED sources, motion sensors, and wireless controls. This allowed the units to be incorporated into an adaptive campus-wide lighting control system. The system offers an intelligent, networked approach to lighting and energy management, with improved lighting quality and optimal energy efficiency.

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