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Would hallway lighting that uses motion sensors reduce costs in a 288 unit coop?

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 11, 2012 01:00 AM
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We are looking to save energy and lower electricity costs in our co-op. We recently had an influx of young families and our electricity costs have skyrocketed. I was thinking that maybe we should replace our hallway lights, which are on 24 hrs a day, with some type of motion detection lights which are dim until someone walks by. Not sure if this exists.




 

 

We are looking to save energy and lower electricity costs in our co-op. We recently had an influx of young families and our electricity costs have skyrocketed. I was thinking that maybe we should replace our hallway lights, which are on 24 hrs a day, with some type of motion detection lights which are dim until someone walks by. Not sure if this exists.

A fellow board member on my condo asked a similar question a few years ago when we were updating our hall and stair lighting.

Decades earlier, I had seen hallway lighting in...



 

 

 
 
 

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