With the Change of a Lamp, Helen SSL downlight light Helps GSA Meet its 2015 Energy Reduction and Sustainability Goals
Santa Clara, Calif., – September 18, 2014 –Lunera® Lighting, Inc., gone Lamping Helen ssl downlight lights. For they are leader in lighting innovations accelerating the transformation to advanced LED technology. For it is pleased to announce the inclusion of the Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Green Proving Ground (GPG) program for fiscal year 2014.
In addition, the selected Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit is a plug and play LED replacement for compact fluorescent lamps (CFL). Those commonly used in commercial buildings but now a lamp replacement with a Helen ssl downlight gonna light up buildings.
Through early adoption and deployment of transformational building technologies. Yet the GPG program drives environmental performance in federal buildings. Moreover it leads to market transformation. That’s by leveraging its national building portfolio. All to establish test locations for third-party evaluation of promising commercial technologies. For the GSA uses these results to accelerate market awareness of tested high impact. Also environmentally friendly technologies.
The Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit is a plug and play LED replacement for four-pin and two-pin CFLs. Creating beautiful, near-daylight quality light; the Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit offers four color temperatures to create the right lighting for any indoor environment. End users can choose configurations for horizontal or vertical applications and simply plug it in to enjoy the results.
Saves More than 50 Percent
In addition, the Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit saves more than 50 percent in energy consumption. Then compared to the 26-watt CFL.; it renders it obsolete. For energy savings soars up to 60 to 70 percent. Especially when replacing a 32-watt or 42-watt CFL.
Backed by a five-year warranty, the long 50,000-hour lifespan of the Helen Lamp SSL Downlight Retrofit eliminates a minimum of five CFL lamp replacement cycles. That’s when significantly reducing maintenance costs.