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GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SUPPLY ENERGY SOLUTION GUIDE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONTROL GUIDELINES GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SUPPLY ENERGY SOLUTION GUIDE.

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1 GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SUPPLY ENERGY SOLUTION GUIDE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONTROL GUIDELINES GRIFFITH ELECTRIC SUPPLY ENERGY SOLUTION GUIDE FACILITIES MANAGEMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION CONTROL GUIDELINES Contact

2 PRE-QUALIFICATION For those responsible for facilities management or energy management for their companies lighting system, there usually can be similar questions or concerns. Griffith Energy Team has compiled a few questions and answers to help with basic understanding of the benefits of a lighting retrofit: A facility data base with facility ID’s, addresses, square footage, utility information/consumption, age, date of last remodel, lease dates, etc. is all very helpful. Most of this data probably resides in one or more databases already and just needs to be accessed and or consolidated. A facility data base with facility ID’s, addresses, square footage, utility information/consumption, age, date of last remodel, lease dates, etc. is all very helpful. Most of this data probably resides in one or more databases already and just needs to be accessed and or consolidated. Contact an experienced lighting professional and exchange ideas on the types of opportunities that may exist within your facilities. Use your preliminary facility data at this stage to help triage some of the opportunities discussed so you may focus more quickly on the things that will have the greatest merit for your company. This step is often referred to as the pre-qualification step. Contact an experienced lighting professional and exchange ideas on the types of opportunities that may exist within your facilities. Use your preliminary facility data at this stage to help triage some of the opportunities discussed so you may focus more quickly on the things that will have the greatest merit for your company. This step is often referred to as the pre-qualification step. Working with your lighting professional and using facility drawings or data from site visits, develop preliminary project estimates (costs, savings, impacts to lighting, etc). This will provide an early on indication of what the results of a program will be. This will help manage expectations and provides an early indicator of whether or not the program has a chance to meet corporate objectives. It also provides a sanity check for goals and objectives that may have been unreasonably set or may be in conflict with one another (i.e. Light Levels vs. Savings). Working with your lighting professional and using facility drawings or data from site visits, develop preliminary project estimates (costs, savings, impacts to lighting, etc). This will provide an early on indication of what the results of a program will be. This will help manage expectations and provides an early indicator of whether or not the program has a chance to meet corporate objectives. It also provides a sanity check for goals and objectives that may have been unreasonably set or may be in conflict with one another (i.e. Light Levels vs. Savings). Take the preliminary findings to management and determine what level of buy in you have for moving forward and then plan accordingly. Most often the ability to move forward from is contingent on doing a pathfinder installation. This may be accomplished by completing and entire facility or by just doing and installation in a selected test area or in the case of lighting maintenance, implementing a maintenance pilot program. Pathfinders provide an initial proof of concept and can often generate additional momentum to the project if the expectations are met. If you get the desired buy in, select a vendor partner and begin developing and executing a detailed implementation plan. Take the preliminary findings to management and determine what level of buy in you have for moving forward and then plan accordingly. Most often the ability to move forward from is contingent on doing a pathfinder installation. This may be accomplished by completing and entire facility or by just doing and installation in a selected test area or in the case of lighting maintenance, implementing a maintenance pilot program. Pathfinders provide an initial proof of concept and can often generate additional momentum to the project if the expectations are met. If you get the desired buy in, select a vendor partner and begin developing and executing a detailed implementation plan. Finally, the information compiled in the qualifying stages can determine if your needs can be met by a lighting retrofit. As you will see in the preliminary consultation, no retrofit is too big or too small for the Griffith Energy consultants and their list of qualified contractors. Finally, the information compiled in the qualifying stages can determine if your needs can be met by a lighting retrofit. As you will see in the preliminary consultation, no retrofit is too big or too small for the Griffith Energy consultants and their list of qualified contractors.

3 WHO CAN BENEFIT? Facilities with an abundance of fluorescent fixtures in a standard T12 configuration Facilities with an abundance of fluorescent fixtures in a standard T12 configuration Facilities with HID high/low bays with 3500 annual operating hours Facilities with HID high/low bays with 3500 annual operating hours Facilities that have areas with infrequent use Facilities that have areas with infrequent use Facilities with outdoor lighting areas that are poorly lit or over lit with HPS and have surveillance cameras in use Facilities with outdoor lighting areas that are poorly lit or over lit with HPS and have surveillance cameras in use Updated Facilities can also benefit from new lamp technologies Updated Facilities can also benefit from new lamp technologies

4 EXAMPLE OF TYPICAL HID VS.T5

5 ROLL THE DICE WITH YOUR COMPANIES ENERGY BILL? See immediate results See immediate results Create a form of revenue for future projects/growth Create a form of revenue for future projects/growth Reduce hourly investment to maintain your current lighting systems Reduce hourly investment to maintain your current lighting systems


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