Posted on: Mar 24, 2015
In the UK, lighting accounts for more electricity usage in commercial building than any other connected system.
Effective lighting control is a critical component of an energy-saving lighting design because it can dramatically reduce lighting energy usage over baseline usage.
Combining strategies like dimming, switching, daylight sensing, daylighting, occupancy sensing, individual control, scheduling, and limiting maximum output can have a significant impact on the amount of electricity used by the lighting in a commercial building.
Lutron customers report reducing the amount of electricity used by the lights in their facilities by as much as 75%.
If you would like to find out more about lighting energy saving for your business and how we can help, contact us today.