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Retail LED Lighting Assessment

Project Number ET09SDGE0002 Organization SDG&E End-use Lighting Sector Commercial Project Year(s) 2008 - 2009
In response to an overwhelming interest in innovations in LED lighting technology for the retail merchant market segment, San Diego Gas & Electric’s objectives with this assessment were: • identify potential LED solution for the retail merchant market segment, • assess various manufacturers’ products in LED lighting technologies, validating manufacturer’s claims regarding energy savings, light levels and light characteristics • perform a comparison of the new technologies against traditional high power incandescent technology in various applications, i.e. display case, focal point lighting, accent lighting etc. • determine customer acceptance levels of the new LED technologies This assessment project demonstrated that a complete retail showroom “makeover” can be accomplished. Significant energy savings (67% overall), improvement in customer comfort, enhanced lighting and consistency of product appearance, are possible while maintaining the desired light intensity, CCT and CRI throughout the showroom area.
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