(PRWEB) April 05, 2012
With robust activity throughout the entire 2-day event, Improved illumination welcomed the opportunity to meet, demonstrate and discuss energy saving technologies with members of the largest New England focused organization serving the Parking and Transportation industry.
The event held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, MA. on March 28th and 29th, brought over 200 quality attendees that included Colleges, Universities, Municipalities and Corporate Parking Professions under one roof to take part in this year’s conference who’s theme was “Efficiency through Creativity.“
As Dan Kupferman, President of the New England Parking Council stated in his welcoming comments:
“Creativity is sparked by ideas and efficiency by action. What a perfect marriage: ideas and action. We’ve all been asked to do more with less, and it’s going to take some creative ideas and efficient action to pull it off…you’re are going to leave here armed with fresh ideas and new insight, and when you put them into action and the end result will be greater efficiency…all but guaranteeing your success."
Improved illumination, a member of the New England Parking Council, was present to discuss the benefits of its successful Lighting Energy Audit Process, “LEAP”. LEAP provides an unbiased, third –party analysis to forward thinking organizations that want to take advantage of newer, cost saving lighting technologies. Improved illumination can provide proven solutions from an array of leading-edge manufactures that will reduce client’s energy consumption, hence cost, increase the safety and security of their parking facilities, take advantage of available rebates/incentives as well as improve their organization’s “Go Green” initiatives.
James Feeney, Managing Director of Improved Illumination stated: “Having the ability to network with many industry leaders as well as the opportunity to learn though the various break-out sessions and seminars was a terrific benefit of attending this event. With the ongoing tough economic conditions, many organizations are looking at every budget line item to reduce costs and save money. We recommend they look up, at their exterior and interior lighting, as a first step to reduce their monthly operating expenses.”
Improved illumination (http://www.improvedillumination.com) provides exterior and interior lighting solutions to commercial, industrial and government clients. Based in Metro West, Boston, Improved illumination works with Parking Facilities, Warehouses, Hospitals, Lodging Organization, Auto Dealerships and a host of others to evaluate and make cost savings suggestions to reduce their lighting energy consumption. These benefits provide a solid ROI and a payback measured in months not years.
James Feeney can be reached at 508 801 9205 or jfeeney(at)improvedillumination(dot)com and would welcome the opportunity to discuss your current lighting configuration and undertake a no-obligation LEAP evaluation for your organization’s locations.