Price increase and projected USTR tariff impacts 0
- Brett Clark
Business that do lighting retrofits could qualify for $0.60 a Square Foot tax credit 0
A one year retroactive 2017 EPAct extension is looking very positive for this week.
This means Business that do lighting retrofits could qualify for $0.60 a Square Foot tax credit. Yes you have heard that right. Yesterday, the Senate introduced their 2018 Budget Bill, titled "Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018". This bill is the Senate's version of the budget which needs to be passed before midnighttonight, 2/8/18, and it includes a one-year retroactive extension of EPAct 179D for projects completed through 12/31/17. It just needs to be passed by the Senate and House. This is by no means official, as the House could reject it or other issues could create another shutdown and a revised bill. However, we should have something official by tomorrow morning.
As soon as possible, we recommend beginning to compile information on any of your potentially eligible projects completed in 2017 so you can fit the EPAct benefit on your 2017 tax returns. This would include any newly constructed or renovated commercial or government buildings completed in 2017.
Visit www.appropriations.senate.gov to find out more
- Brett Clark
Green Lighting Wholesale Recognized by AEP Ohio for Top 10 Performance for 2014 0
Green Lighting Wholesale was recently recognized by AEP Ohio for our energy efficiency efforts!!
AEP released the following:
AEP Ohio’s Energy Efficiency program recognizes Green Lighting Wholesale as one of the top ten performing distributors for the 2014 Energy Efficiency program. Working as a Solution Provider with AEP Ohio, they are able to assist AEP Ohio business customers and contractors with installation of energy efficiency lighting and provide support on program applications.
“Green Lighting ranked 10th out of hundreds of solution providers which shows their hard work and commitment to the program”, said Angie Rybalt, AEP Ohio Solution Provider Channel Coordinator.
Not only do we provide you with energy efficient lighting, we provide it to you at a price no one can compete with. Our goal is to better the environment, supply our customers with the best product on the market, and to save our customers financially.
Green Lighting Wholesale will continue it's commitment to provide YOU with energy efficient lighting.
What is AEP's Energy Efficiency Program?
When you purchase or replace your old lighting with energy efficient lighting, AEP offers incentive programs to customers for the installation of these energy efficient products. This program helps reduce the cost of your investment and creates a long-term reduction in your energy consumption and costs.
Some eligible businesses include:
- Construction & Major Renovation
- Data Centers
- Government & Non-profit
- Grocery & Convenience stores
- Hospitals & Health Care
- Manufacturing & Warehousing
- Office Buildings
- Schools & Universities
- Small Business
What are you waiting for? Call us today, and let us show you how much money we can save you!!
- Ally Starr
Increase Your Cattle Barn Profits 0
It’s time to upgrade that old dull lighting in your barn. You’re thinking, “No big deal, I have lights and they aren’t broken so why bother”. But you’re actually just tossing money away. Not only can the lighting improve your energy bills, it can improve the milk production in your cattle.
That’s right! More light = More milk. It’s been proven that the more light a cow receives, the more dormant the melatonin hormone becomes. The light then activates other milk producing hormones. Studies show that increases in milk production can range from 5%-16%, but are most consistently in the 8%-10% range. Do the math, that’s a lot of money!
Contact us today to find the right lighting for your needs!
Eastland Career Center Updates Lighting With Green Lighting Wholesale 0
Green Lighting Wholesale is at it AGAIN!
Check out the difference in this lighting at Eastland Career Center (Groveport, OH).
Before: 400 Watt HPS / After: 4 Lamp T5 HO
Brett Clark, President of Green Lighting Wholesale, and his team swapped out the centers old 400 Watt High Pressure sodium High bays, for 4 Lamp T5 HO High bays. You can buy them here
As you can see in the before and after pictures, the difference is remarkable. This change instantly opened up the shop the students were learning in, and the lighting is much more bright and white. Not only does this look better, this change is saving the career center money on their energy bills. These High bays have over a 50% power reduction, and with AEP's Energy Rebates, the Career Center is taking advantage of a 3month ROI.
Does your school or warehouse need a lighting update? Contact us today for a quote.
- Ally Starr
Lindsay Honda Press Release 0
For Immediate Release
Lindsay Honda Installs Induction Light Fixtures Across Massive Dealership Parking Lot
EverLast® Lighting Exceeds Specification Standards, and Is Used To Replace Nearly 80 Inefficient Metal Halide Fixtures
JACKSON, MICHIGAN – December 3rd, 2014 – Lindsay Honda located in Columbus, Ohio, is a new car Honda dealer selling various Honda automotive models, and is home to one of the largest indoor showrooms in the country. Recently, Lindsay Honda partnered with Hawkins Sales of Ohio, and Green Lighting Wholesale, in an effort to seek out a commercial lighting solution that would meet their facility codes while improving illumination, and significantly lowering energy costs. “They wanted the best fixture and technology available on the market at the most cost effective price,” commented Brett Clark, President of Green Lighting Wholesale. As a result, the company decided on EverLast® 200 and 300 watt induction shoe box fixtures.
“The fixtures are performing wonderfully. We have had absolutely no issues, and the light output has been fantastic,” explained Clark. The Columbus based dealership replaced nearly 80 of their pre-existing metal halide fixtures across their 180,000 square foot dealership parking lot, and around its facility, in early 2014.
In addition, the fixtures qualified for a rebate in excess of $40,000 which was reimbursed to the dealership by American Electric Power of Ohio. “Because Honda is manufactured in Ohio and is a domestic company, the customer was also extremely excited that the fixtures were U.S. made,” explained Clark. “The rebate from American Electric Power was icing on the cake, and aligned with the dealership’s energy efficient vision. After installing the fixtures we had estimated a 60 percent energy reduction across the application.”
EverLast® induction light fixtures are 50-70% more energy efficient than metal halides and last up to 100,000 hours, making them virtually maintenance free for up to 15 years. The EverLast® shoe box fixtures provide a more natural and high color rendition light quality unlike traditional metal halide fixtures. “It’s not uncommon for our customers to reap substantial energy savings after installing our lights,” explained Alex Orr, VP of Sales at EverLast® Lighting, Inc. “Furthermore, ROI is one of the most attractive features with our induction lighting technology. Low glare, ease of installation, and our 10 year warranty are all additional reasons that we have had exponential success with parking lot applications.”
EverLast® Induction lighting fixtures are also available with a dimmable option, providing even more energy savings while areas are vacant.
The EverLast® Shoe Box fixtures are commonly used in surface parking lots and have been installed at locations such as Allegiance Health in Jackson, Michigan, Crippen Auto Mall in Lansing, Michigan, Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, and Kelly Chevrolet in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania.
About EverLast® Lighting: EverLast® Lighting, Inc. is a sister company of Full Spectrum Solutions, Inc. and has quickly grown into the leading manufacturer of energy-efficient lighting solutions for roadway, parking structure, facility and area lighting applications. For additional product information, visit www.everlastlight.com, call 888-383-7578 or send an email to email@example.com.
For press inquiries, contact Kyle Leighton at 517-783-3800 ext.231 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Brett Clark