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LG Electronics: LED Commercial Lighting Solutions Approved for California Utility Rebate Program


 

Jan. 11, 2016 — LED lighting manufacturer LG Electronics announced that its Performance Line of LED troffers and retrofit kits is now qualified for the maximum level rebate ($30 per kilolumen) under the new Troffer & Troffer Integrated Retrofit Kit offering from Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

Designed to help commercial customers and facility managers replace aging, inefficient equipment with energy-efficient alternatives, the program also is the first to offer rebates for high-efficacy products of 125 lumens per watt and higher, ensuring the highest standard of energy efficiency.

Through electric program administrators and utility program managers in California, commercial building owners can receive significant utility rebates for installing the new LG lighting systems. LG offers 12 fixtures eligible for the maximum rebate level based on a per-kilolumen basis.

LG’s LED troffers — with ZigBee wireless controls capabilities that allow for Title 24 compliance using third-party wireless controls systems — are ideal for small- and medium-sized office applications. Building managers can use a mobile application, available on Android devices, to group and ungroup fixtures at the touch of a button for the first time.

For more information on LG’s U.S. lighting portfolio, visit www.lglightingus.com.

 

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 1/28/2016


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