City Bikes Races to LED Lighting with Energy Saving Solutions USA

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Anniversary Celebration Includes Lowering of Electric Bill

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"They are a neighbor of ours and they are dedicated to providing excellent service just like we are."

In the midst of celebrating its 11th anniversary, City Bikes figured there was never a better time than now to examine what it was spending on its electricity, specifically, as connected to lighting.

Its store, located in Aventura, Fla., was projected to total more than $8,000 in lighting electricity costs over the useful life of its lights. With a sincere desire to bring that number down, City Bikes brought in Miami, Fla.-based Energy Saving Solutions (ESS) USA for the answer. ESS ultimately recommended the store switch to LED lighting.

After a careful analysis, ESS revealed it could reduce City Bikes’ lifetime lighting electricity costs to just under $1,900 – representing a $6,000-plus savings.

“Any time you can save that kind of money for a retail business like City Bikes, it bodes well for the consumer,” said Peter Stein, Founder & CEO of ESS. “The business will just have that much more money to put back into customer service.

“It was clearly a natural fit for us to be involved with City Bikes. They are a neighbor of ours and they are dedicated to providing excellent service just like we are. And, like ESS, they consistently offer great prices and personalized attention.”

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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