Business center LED upgrade saves money

The Door County Economic Development Corporation's Sturgeon Bay business center has seen the light about LED bulbs; That's cutting monthly energy use and saving money.  The DCEDC switched from fluorescent lighting to LED fixtures to provide brighter, more consistent lighting inside and out.  Operations Manager Tom Strong says the switch to LED has been a good economic move and could inspire business center tenants when they eventually move into their own buildings.




Strong says LED bulbs have a long life and don't require ballast used by fluorescent lighting systems, which add to the cost savings.

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