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Tired of Your Warehouse Energy Costs? - FREE White Paper

May 06, 2014

About $200B is spent globally on lighting energy each year, around half of which comes from commercial buildings. Luckily today’s technology can make a difference with true system-level control over lighting.

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  • Energy savings of 70%
  • Better occupant comfort
  • Improved building management
  • Operational efficiencies

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