Customers can now choose both a high-quality, hot-spot-free under cabinet fixture that is also eligible for efficiency rebates and incentives to help reduce the cost of ownership.
Emeryville, Calif. (PRWEB) September 21, 2016
Alloy LED has become a partner in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s ENERGY STAR program and has received certification for the ThruLine Under Cabinet LED Fixture. ENERGY STAR products are third-party certified by an EPA-recognized certification body and earn the mark by meeting strict energy efficiency requirements set by the EPA. The certification has been secured for all four sizes of the ThruLine fixture.
The ENERGY STAR mark applies mostly to residential lighting, but it is also looked for by customers sourcing lighting for commercial and government use. Federal and state governments have their own standards of energy efficiency, all of which must be met by products sourced for these institutions. The ENERGY STAR mark means that the ThruLine product family is eligible for listing on the GSA (Government Supply Administration) schedules that serve as product directories for the federal government. It also qualifies residential customers for state government tax benefits and rebates.
Alloy LED President Joe Flynn says, "We are pleased to announce that our ThruLine product family is now ENERGY STAR certified. Customers can now choose both a high-quality, hot-spot-free under cabinet fixture that is also eligible for efficiency rebates and incentives to help reduce the cost of ownership.”
Unlike many fixtures, which emit low-quality but bright light in order to meet efficiency requirements like ENERGY STAR, ThruLine fixtures provide 90+ CRI hot-spot-free light. This high CRI rating means that the light renders colors accurately and vividly.
The ENERGY STAR program invites voluntary participation from manufacturers that wish to make it easy for consumers to source the most energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable products. ENERGY STAR is a registered trademark owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.