"EPA's Green Lights Program Saves Money and Prevents Pollution"
Author: Canales, Dona and Jim Mroz
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: Spring 1995
Describes the Green Lights program, a voluntary partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to install energy-efficient lighting upgrades in facilities whenever profitable. Green Lights shows colleges and universities how to save 30 to 60 percent on their lighting electric bills and provides information on the financial, environmental, and physical benefits of energy-efficient lighting upgrades. Provides details on lighting savings at Green Lights participants: The University of Missouri at Columbia, the University of Cincinnati, and the City University of New York., Brown University, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Union College. Also covers Energy Star Showcase Buildings, including Catholic University and the Maine College of Art and lists all higher education participants.
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