Pictured are Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly, Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher, Great Clips Stylist Megan Wells, and Princeton Public Utilities Commissioner Richard Schwartz.
Great Clips recently retrofitted their inefficient interior fluorescent lighting with energy-efficiency LED fixtures. The new fixtures included LED flat panel fixtures, LED recessed cans, and LED track lighting. The project qualified for a utility rebate of $1,107 and should reduce their electric bills by about $1,100 per year. Owner, Jason Hahn, said: “The light quality has improved tremendously and the stylist’s love it. Also, the maintenance of replacing the old fluorescent bulbs got old. With the new LEDs I can eliminate all the high maintenance of constantly running around to all our location just to replace a few bulbs.”