Small Business Incentives Help Kiser Controls, Co. Overhaul Lighting

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The LED overhaul has been dramatic. Sustainable Lighting Solutions managed the small business incentives with ComEd and disposed of all of Kiser's old fluorescent tubes which allowed Kiser to manage its business. “Sustainable Lighting Solutions managed the project like we manage our customers,” Kiser says. “We want to do everything that we can to keep our customers focused on running their business, and Sustainable allowed us to do that.”

LED Conversion Enhances Learning Environment and Nets SLS Repeat Business

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The Chicagoland Laborers’ District Council Training and Apprentice Fund was established in 1986 to provide training and education for Laborers working under the Chicagoland District Council collective bargaining agreement. It’s training facilities provides a place where people work together to learn and grow with the ever-evolving industry standards. Both facilities needed better lighting. The lighting was inefficient, insufficient, and did little to enhance the learning environment. Sustainable Lighting Solutions completed its Carol Stream facility first, and after the lighting was well received was asked to complete the Homer Street Facility.

Concentric chooses SLS lighting solution for 125k square-foot facility

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The lighting at Concentric AB’s manufacturing facility in Rockford, IL was similar to many other large spaces – either too bright or too dark, and certainly too expensive to power and maintain. Switching to a LED solution from SLS not only improved employees’ work environment, it saved the company close to $9k per month in energy and maintenance costs. Currently, Concentric is on track to save on average 750 kilowatt hours annually, which accounts for 1/8 of its energy consumption.

Chicagoland Laborers Training Fund saves $17k annually with LED solution

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The Chicagoland Laborers’ District Council Training and Apprentice Fund was established in 1986 to provide training and education for Laborers working under the Chicagoland District Council collective bargaining agreement. It operates two training facilities, one in Carol Stream and the second on Chicago's West Side, where it offers members training and education. Lighting at both facilities was inefficient, insufficient, and did little to enhance the learning environment. Sustainable Lighting Solutions installed an LED solution at the Carol Stream facility first, and after the lighting was well received was invited to outfit the Homer Street Facility.