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McDonalds in Northeast Ohio, USA to Replace Fluorescent and HID Lamps with LED Lighting

2013-10-19

McDonalds in Northeast Ohio, USA to Replace Fluorescent and HID Lamps with LED Lighting

It is reported that McDonalds in Northeast Ohio intends to replace fluorescent and H.I.D. lamps with LED lighting at several restaurants. LEDs replaced the lighting both inside and outside several restaurants in the area.

"We are seeing energy costs drop by over $500 per month!" said Jennifer Short, Director of Operations for nine local McDonald's restaurants. "Because of this drastic reduction, AEP and First Energy awarded our locations with certificates appreciating the decrease of our carbon footprint. Our Akron store increased to offering 24 hour service; yet, with the conversion to
LED, the store did not increase their cost of electric."

"With the explosion of companies converting their high wattage and high maintenance indoor and outdoor fixtures to energy efficient technologies like LED, we have been successful in the market by utilizing our nationwide network of sales agents to reach distributors, architects and the customer," said Steve Zeneri. "We are proud to be a leader in lighting technology and proud to be able to serve the local community through current customers such as McDonald's, Goodyear, Lockheed Martin, PPG, Cleveland Metroparks, and Stark State College."

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