Anderson University Case Study
According to Tom Donoho, transmission & distribution supervisor, Anderson Municipal Light & Power, this small campus project—which includes 42 fixtures that produce 1.6 footcandles—will reduce carbon emissions by 17,106 pounds annually. The city will reap approximately $2,200 in energy and maintenance savings yearly.
“We have received many great comments about the lighting,” Donoho said. “It has made a big difference in the campus appearance.” The City of Anderson will light the rest of the campus and other downtown areas using Holophane GranVille LED luminaires during Phase II.
GranVille LED fixtures are offered with classic or premier optics and a variety of trim, luminaire shapes and uplight options. Asymmetric and symmetric distributions provide added flexibility for applications such as parks, city streets, residential areas, campuses, walkways and parking lots.
Holophane GranVille LED luminaires door assembly allows simple access to the electronic driver for ease of maintenance. The fixtures' borosilicate glass optics are permanent and never turn yellow or cloudy with age.
“GranVille LED luminaires are designed for areas that require a long system operating life combined with an aesthetically pleasing appearance that complements the environment,” said Ben Prichard, Holophane Outdoor Senior Product Manager.
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