that about 90% of the energy in incandescent light bulbs is emitted as wasted heat rather than light?
Pacific Lamp is proud to be a leader in energy efficient light bulbs and sustainability. We are active partners to businesses, homeowners and other groups in identifying new and emerging technologies that will help reduce energy use, related to lighting. Our energy efficient solutions will help you save money and help to create a greener world for our children to live in.
At least 20% of energy costs come from lighting. We provide free Energy Audits to businesses interested in identifying where they may be wasting energy and spending more than they should. We are experts in Lighting Retrofits that deliver the most cost-effective and energy conscious ways to light facilities of all sizes and uses. We also offer advice on the proper ways to recycle old CFL (compact florescent light bulbs), lamps and fixtures so that these items don’t create environmental hazards once they are no longer in use.
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"A conversation with an OR Energy Trust representative determined that our Church and the school in the lower level, would greatly benefit from a lighting upgrade, and directed us to Mr. Tom Fowler, of Pacific Lamp. Tom responded quickly to our inquiry, completed our needs analysis within days, and expedited the application process to ensure it would meet the fast approaching deadline.
Within six weeks, the lighting upgrade was put into motion. The work crew was fast, efficient and personable. Equally important, the men worked carefully around the church and school furnishings, and took the time to vacuum and sweep the floors as a final step.
Circumstances required that the work be done outside of regular work hours, and Pacific Lamp was more than flexible with this request, starting late in the day and working well into the evening. There were a few details that required follow-up, which were attended to promptly.
The energy analysis predicted the Church would recoup its investment dollars in this project within a year and a half, and it is with great anticipation and excitement, that we receive our monthly bill to see that prediction bear its truth."