The Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, Fla. is upgrading its LED lighting — a move that is expected to cut energy consumption at the the cultural arts center by 75%.
The Kravis Center facilities team partnered with Green Energy Advisors to improve their current LED lighting situation, which was less than ideal.
“We’d invested in LED garage lights awhile back,” said Kravis Center Facilities Director Richard Cillo. “But apparently, we’d gotten bad advice. Lights were failing, and the season was coming up. We needed to figure out a solution, and quickly.”
The team identified specific flaws and worked with the manufacturing plant to produce an effective LED corn bulb that would accommodate the Kravis Center fixture. The resulting product was a 30-watt LED Corn Bulb, equivalent in delivered lumens to a 125-watt metal halide bulb, using a quarter of the energy. The bulb is manufactured by Green Energy Advisors subsidiary company LED Corporations.