Emilygrene Partners with Department of Energy Better Buildings Challenge – Interior Lighting Campaign
Emilygrene announces partnership with the Department of Energy Better Buildings Challenge – Interior Lighting Campaign aimed towards making buildings more energy efficient.
By: Interior Lighting Campaign
LOS ANGELES - Aug. 12, 2016 - PRLog -- Emilygrene announced today that it has partnered with the Department of Energy's Better Building Challenge Interior Lighting Campaign (ILC). A recognition and guidance program, the ILC has a goal of retrofitting or replacing 1,000,000 troffers with high efficiency lighting technologies and is designed to save 60 million kilowatt hours in commercial buildings across the country. Projects that are completed April 2017 and demonstrate exemplary performance will be eligible for awards, to be conferred in the Spring of 2017. Campaign organizers include Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA), Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES), the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
According to Burke Ewers, CEO, "Emilygrene is proud to announce our support of the Department of Energy Interior Lighting Campaign. By participating in this program our clients now have access to additional lighting resources and technical support from the Department of Energy. Additionally, they have an opportunity to be recognized for their energy efficient lighting initiatives. We are excited to bring these tools, resources, and the possibility of additional recognition to our clients."
He further added, "Emilygrene team members have a successful track record of implementing highly efficient lighting systems in commercial and industrial facilities. Our existing and past clients will now have the opportunity to participate in the ILC program and we look forward to contributing to the Department of Energy's lofty goals.
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Emilygrene is a single-source provider of comprehensive energy solutions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, the company delivers Triple Bottom Line (Social, Environmental, Economical) benefits by implementing demand-side and supply-side energy solutions. Emilygrene works with its customers to reduce operating expenses, upgrade and maintain their facilities, improve occupancy comfort levels, increase energy reliability and enhance the environment. Emilygrene team members have successfully completed energy projects with federal, state, and local governments, healthcare and educational institutions, and commercial and industrial clients. By providing two core business services of energy efficiency and renewable energy generation, Emilygrene affords its customers the chance to capitalize on energy opportunities and to focus on their organization's primary mission. - See more at: http://www.emilygrene.com/