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The Core "E-Benefits" of DC Lighting

DC lighting is a practical & impactful "Direct Load" for the output of renewable power sources for microgrids and building power infrastructures; here is a breakdown of core DC lighting benefits over four (4) key business indicators...

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What savings for industrial/commercial and institutional energy users are there (at low cost or no cost) to be captured using energy management "tools"?

(1) Up to 5% (2) From 5% to 10% (3) Above 10% (4) I don't know

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