Using New Technologies to Reduce Energy in New Mexico
It is more important than ever to monitor all the costs of operating your business. Lighting can often be an over-looked source of wasted resources – both money and energy.
Your Current Lighting Situation
We have discovered that many building managers or maintenance staff will often continue to order the same lamps, ballasts, and equipment because it’s easy to just place a reorder with a trusted supplier.
Researching alternative technologies takes time – another equally important resource.
How We Can Help
We allow you to save all of these resources – time, money, and electricity.
Let us survey your facility, calculate your current energy consumption, and prescribe a retrofit solution to get you set up with a more energy-efficient lighting system.
tons of CO2 removed every 5 years
acres of trees planted every 5 years
of our customers received 80% or more in rebates since 2012.
kWh of estimated energy savings each year
See What Our Customers Have To Say…
“The exterior lighting is a huge improvement from the old orange glare of the HPS wallpacks. this project will reduce Monterra’s energy consumption by over 73,000 kWh which is the rough equivalent of the power necessary to power 6 houses for a year, or taking 51 cars off the road!”
Peter, Specific Performance Inc. (Monterra Apartment Complex Project)
“The lighting is great in here now, it’s all consistent and for us with a showroom of tile, carpet, laminate, and wood, it really makes a difference for us to show our products in a more consistent light, and it just works out much better for us.”
Jason, Arizona Flooring Brokers, Phoenix AZ
“The lighting is actually twice as bright, and [there’s] obviously the savings on our bills, but it’s also helping with our sales [by] showing the merchandise a little bit better.”
Troy, Play It Again Sports, Phoenix AZ
“Things are great – lots of light – lots of savings and I can’t be more pleased with the outcome of the project.” and “I just received my bill for September and we have been very busy running saws, the polishers, tile lines, air conditioners, pumps – probably using more electricity than ever and the bill was $950. This bill used to run us $3,800 to $4,000 per month.”