Mooresville (N.C.) Graded School District, Energy Saving Solutions Team for Conversion to LED Lighting

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Money Savings Expected to be Significant

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There will now be less CO2 emissions going into the atmosphere -- the equivalent of planting 613 acres of trees.

With schools around the country continually looking to trim operating costs, the Mooresville (N.C.) Graded School District recently took a detailed look at its lighting bill and immediately saw an obvious area in which it could save money.

Enter, Energy Saving Solutions (ESS) out of Miami, Fla. Led by Founder & CEO Peter Stein, ESS designs, manufactures and sells LED lighting to commercial properties at zero upfront cost.

ESS initially evaluated the school district’s needs relative to its lighting both from an interior and exterior perspective and the numbers in return were eye-opening.

ESS’s “Lighting Savings Analysis” revealed the district’s annual lighting electricity cost was more than $23,000, but with a switch to LED lighting that same annual lighting electricity cost would be reduced to a little over $12,000. Over the useful life of these long-lasting LEDs the savings would balloon to almost $300,000.

“These days, there’s no doubt that schools are being very budget conscious,” said Stein. “We certainly are happy to help out in our area of expertise. In addition to the money savings, the district’s switch to LED lighting will also assist with the environmental impact. There will now be less CO2 emissions going into the atmosphere – the equivalent of planting 613 acres of trees.”

About Energy Saving Solutions:

Energy Saving Solutions USA – the creators of the LED with a lifetime guarantee ™ – provides businesses, government agencies, schools and non-profit organizations energy-efficient LED and induction lighting technology that is designed to save money and help reduce the environmental impact by reducing carbon emissions. The Miami, Fla.-based company also offers organizations the Forever Green Savings Program ™ which allows for a conversion to LEDs with no up-front costs; payments are based on a portion of their electrical savings.

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