When you operate a business, you can’t afford to waste energy. Failure to take a long, hard look at your energy consumption can cripple your profitability. At Lime Energy, we have the knowledge and experience to conduct a thorough assessment of your energy use and provide comprehensive energy conservation solutions that will meet your needs while saving you money. We have offices and partners across the country, including in Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina and California.
From upgrades and retrofits that offer immediate and long-term cost savings to a turnkey process that is second to none, Lime Energy is lighting the way when it comes to energy efficiency for our utility customers and the direct-to-consumer market. The benefits and results are dazzling.Learn More
Lime Energy is proud of its track record of results-driven improvements for our utility clients and small and midsized business customers. Bowling alleys. Restaurants. Gas stations. Colleges. Offices. Warehouses. You name the business, and Lime Energy has completed projects that generate significant energy savings year after year.
We work hard to establish strong, lasting relationships with our customers. We take pride in our friendly, transparent communication process, our in-depth industry and customer knowledge, our top quality products and services, our commitment to thorough follow-through and customer satisfaction and, of course, our seamless turnkey process. Check out what our clients are saying about us.
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We’ve gathered answers to your most frequently asked questions.
According to The U.S. Department of Energy, LED lighting can save up to 85% of the electricity used by incandescent bulbs and up to 50% of electricity used by fluorescents.
Depending on your location and the type of business you operate, lighting accounts for 20% to 50% of electricity consumption.
LED lamps never heat above 150 degrees and they reduce the heat generated from lighting by over 50%. This allows your HVAC unit to work less to cool the same amount of space. The less work the HVAC system has to do, the longer lifespan it will have.