Pictured are Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly, Edward Jones Owner Scott Liestman, Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher, and Princeton Public Utilities Commission Chair Richard Schwartz.
Scott Liestman recently completed a full LED lighting retrofit project at his Edward Jones office. He replaced the older inefficient fluorescent lamps with high-efficiency LED lamps. The new lamps were so bright that they reduced the number of lamps in each fixture from four to two. This project qualified for a $260 rebate from Princeton Public Utilities, but more importantly is estimated to save $940 annually.
Scott also worked with a contractor to complete a full lighting retrofit of the common areas of Riverside Plaza, where his office is located. That project qualified for a $370 rebate. Scott also reduced the number of lamps in each fixture from four to two. The estimated annual savings for that project is $1,800. Scott shared, “What we did was relatively easy to do. Run the numbers and it doesn’t take long to pay for itself. Nancy will provide the support you need to get this done.”