Ephesus LED Lighting Present And Earth Day 2016 KW And CO2 Saving Estimates For Sports Venues
Ephesus Lighting has made their ecological mark from Syracuse, NY on the country and globe in 2015 by saving 45 million KW of energy and 34,000 tons of CO2 emissions created by sport facilities that installed and operate their LED fixtures and lights. Whether you want to admit it or not, the world’s climate is changing at an unprecedented rate causing shortages of water, melting of glaciers and unpredictable super weather systems that cause billions of dollars in infrastructure destruction and unfortunate deaths. The Sports Techie community blog respects their corporate sustainability agenda and efforts to change the mindset of venue operators as a part of the overall solution to these global and national environmental issues.
Ephesus Lighting LED Lighting Movement
Most all people, venues and companies can do a better job at reducing their ecological footprint. Each sports building from the professional to collegiate and even high schools have a civic and moral responsibility to correct wasteful ways of operation. One way to do so is by installing Ephesus LED Lighting fixtures. Even though savings thus far is only 45 million kilowatts or enough to light about 5,000 homes, that total will only grow perhaps substantially as more and more facility decision makers decide to make the change away from halide or other light options.
“Energy savings was the initial attraction when we first proved LED was ready for the high-output demands of sports and entertainment venues,” said Mike Lorenz, President of Ephesus Lighting. “But when people saw that our LED solutions offer better quality light, eliminate maintenance costs and offer controllability and versatility, it has become the obvious choice for both new construction and retrofit projects.”
The end result of this conversion to Ephesus LED Lighting is 34,000 tons of C02 is now eliminated from rising towards the atmosphere or entering the oxygen breathed in by humans and animals. Next up is Earth Day 2016 when Ephesus engineers predict over 200 million KWS of energy and 150,000 tons of CO2 emissions will be saved from sports and entertainment establishments saving them money and helping with earth’s short and long term sustainability.
Another green fact to consider is Ephesus LED fixture can last a decade of usage while requiring zero maintenance. So far 250,000 or so replacement legacy fixtures that contain harmful mercury and other hazardous materials therefore they will not end up disposed in landfills contaminating the ground. This is because Ephesus uses non-hazardous materials throughout their fixture and bulbs allowing for the safe disposal or better yet, easy recycling of their products.
The business and eco bottom lines to consider is more than 100 sports and entertainment venues have replaced metal halide lights with Ephesus LED fixtures. Operators that are pioneering the acceptance of LED lighting can be attributed to the worldwide social buzz this course of action generated after it was publically announced that Ephesus LED’s illuminated the epic NFL Super Bowl championship game between the NE Patriots and Seattle Seahawks earlier this year.
Besides the University of Phoenix Stadium – home of the Arizona Cardinals and Super Bowl 49, other users include, the Canadian Tire Center – home of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators, Cornell University, the U.S. Naval Academy, Duke University and many more. The new Minnesota Vikings Stadium, and NCAA college basketball and March Madness universities as well as NBA Playoff team venues are next up.
Sports Techie, another feature Ephesus LED Fixtures and Cree lights produce is brighter lighting that enhances athletic performance on the field and the fan experience in the stands, at home at a mancave or wherever you watch on TV and digital mobile devices.
All in all if you want to spend less money and save the ozone over time, consider upgrading to Ephesus LED Lighting.
Let us all help make Earth Day 2016 an impactful one for every living creature.
See y’all later in Seattle, Atlanta and around the world.
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