NLEDD is a supplier for the commercial and industrial upstream lighting program
for non-residential customers in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut
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Some of the Many Benefits of LED Lighting:
– Energy Efficient LED Lighting consumes up to 90% less electricity than standard incandescent light bulbs, saving you money on your power bill month after month and year after year.
– The typical life of an LED bulb is between 25,000 and 50,000 hours or between 22 and 45 years of use. This extraordinary lifespan reduces maintenance costs, adding to the overall savings that LED bulbs provide consumers.
– LED Light Bulbs won’t break like a regular bulb. They are resistant to heat, cold, and shock and encased in a virtually unbreakable high strength resin compound.
– The savings may start with reduced electrical consumption, but LED’s also contribute to reduced cooling costs. Since LED lights produce very little heat, they help to lower temperatures inside your home or business, saving you money.
– Integrated LED light fixtures are now available at significant savings. Flat panel troffers and retrofit downlight housings are now available at prices comparable to fluorescent fixtures.
– Unlike Fluorescent lightbulbs, LEDs are available in different light colors from warm white, to cool white, to bright white, and are even available in traditional colors such as red, blue, green, etc.
Our Mission: to help our customers transition to energy efficient LED lighting products.
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Why Choose LED Lighting?
LED lighting products are more efficient and longer lasting. They use as little as 15% of the energy required for an equivalent incandescent light bulb. In addition, they can last up to 45 years under normal use. They also produce lighting in multiple color temperatures, enabling the end user to customize their individual lighting applications. Lastly, fluorescent bulbs contain mercury and the short lifespan of incandescent and halogen light bulbs contribute to filling our landfills with wasted resources.
What about the cost?
LED bulbs have a reputation for being expensive. That is no longer true. While LED bulbs may cost more initially, utility sponsored incentives and lower prices have made the conversion to LEDs easy and affordable. When you consider the overall costs, an LED light bulb is actually less expensive than a fluorescent, incandescent or Halogen bulb.
Now let’s talk about energy savings.
That difference can save you as much as $1,500.00 in electricity costs during the life of a single bulb. A PAR 20 LED bulb, for example, creates the same amount of light as a comparable 40 watt Halogen bulb, yet it uses just 8 watts of electricity. Additional savings occur when you consider that a PAR 20 LED bulb can last as long as 20 halogen bulbs. This type of scenario is true across the board with savings varying based on the specific application. One thing holds true through every application; LED lighting saves electricity and saves you money.