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Electronic Ballast - Overall Summary Report

Project Number PGE 0905 Organization PG&E End-use Lighting Sector Public, Industrial, Commercial Project Year(s) 2007 - 2009

Project Summary

This consolidated report summarizes the installation and assessment of electronic HID at three sites: a large manufacturing facility, a regional supermarket chain and a community college all located in Northern California. Relying primarily on field testing, the project team conducted photometric and power measurements, as well as customer satisfaction surveys and economic payback calculations. These application assessment studies were designed to verify functionality as well as the brightness and quality of light currently achievable with replacing traditional core and coil HID ballast technology with new electronic HID ballast capable of dimming and Demand Response in order to aid the acceleration of their mainstream adoption not only in the target markets in which the assessment projects were conducted, but other markets where HID lighting is the preferred lighting technology.

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