Manufacturing companies and warehouses are prime candidates for realizing a 50 to 70% reduction in lighting energy costs by converting to hi-bay T5 and T8 energy-efficient fixtures in their industrial facilities.
Hudson, OH (PRWEB) July 18, 2010
ROI Energy announces this year has been it’s best ever, as more and more companies are jumping on the band wagon in order to reduce energy costs for lighting, realizing utility company incentives and cashing in on the EPAct tax incentive, where businesses get 60 cents/psf as an accelerated tax deduction, all taken this year.
Bob Taussig, president of ROI-Energy states: “Manufacturing companies and warehouses are prime candidates for realizing a 50 to 70% reduction in lighting energy costs by converting to hi-bay T5 and T8 energy-efficient fixtures in their industrial facilities.”
Today’s businesses are looking for ways to eliminate wasted money. Replacing their HID metal halide, high bay light fixtures with energy efficient, high intensity fluorescent fixtures are low hanging fruit. Most operations and facilities managers state they can’t believe how much brighter their facilities are after getting their new HIF lighting installed. In addition this new technology allows them to benefit from additional savings through the use of occupancy sensors and employees are glad when the annoying buzzing from their old HID fixtures disappears.
ROI Energy of Hudson, Ohio provides a unique one call does it all turnkey approach, which sets them apart from their competition. From our no obligation lighting energy analysis, where payback and tax incentive information is presented to management, to providing the fixtures, installation, disposal, recycling of the old mercury laden lamps, EPAct tax certification and warranty. Customers appreciate the fact that they have one company to handle their complete lighting energy reduction project.
“We’ve helped reduce lighting energy costs by as much as 70% for NE Ohio businesses including: Talan Products, Buckeye Container, Sonoco-Phoenix Packaging, Hitachi Medical, Hunter Defense Technologies, Cintas, Freeman Manufacturing, Great Lakes Cheese and others”, states Taussig.
“As energy costs continue to rise and with utility companies beginning to charge a rider (assessment) for businesses not making an effort to reduce energy use, a 'do nothing' approach is no longer an option. It’s time to realize the benefits of reduced energy costs, better lighting, tax savings and utility incentives to keep businesses in the black,” declares Taussig.
A short video explaining how you can find out your company’s savings potential is available at http://www.roi-energy.com/lp/
Visit ROI Energy’s website for additional information, before and after photos and testimonials. http://www.roi-energy.com