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Cold Lake recreation centre goes LED

The lighting retrofit will save some 245,500 KwH equalling an estimated $15K.


September 4, 2020
By Energy Manager Canada
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The Cold Lake Energy Centre in Cold Lake, Alberta has retrofitted its old lights to new LEDs that will provide an anticipated annual utility savings of almost $15,000.

The Energy Centre lighting project replaced existing fluorescent lighting fixtures in both the Imperial Oil Place Arena and the Reid Field House with the new LED technology.

The new fixtures are not only more efficient, but produce little-to-no-heat, have a superior operational life estimated between 20 to 25 years, and provide for improved lighting levels.

The retrofit of the Imperial Oil Place Arena involved replacement of 198 fixtures resulting in an estimated annual savings of 168,910 KwH, equated to an estimated $10,357.59 in annual cost savings. The Reid Field House had 119 fixtures retrofitted, resulting in an estimated annual savings of 76,647 Kwh equating to an estimated $4,577.35 in annual cost savings.

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