New fixtures help revive old warehouse

Nelson, Kessel L.
March 1998
Energy User News;Mar1998, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that an energy efficient fixture and lighting controls retrofit was instituted by CUC Software, an entertainment and educational software development company of Torrance, California, at its manufacturing and packaging facility. What annual operating costs was reduced to due to the retrofit; Information on the project; Cost of the project; Incentive total the retrofit earn from local electric power provider, Southern California.


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