According to an energy consumption survey conducted by the U.S Energy Information Administration (U.S EIA) in 2018, LEDs have become the second most common light source in U.S commercial buildings. Fluorescent lighting is still the most prevalent, but LED lights were reported in 44% of commercial buildings in 2018, significantly up from 9% in 2012. U.S EIA expects to publish the latest figures in LED adoption once again in their upcoming 2022 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey. The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program offers several incentives for LED installation, including replacements and retrofits, streetlights, and networked sensors and controls.
If you are interested in energy saving opportunities and ComEd incentives for your commercial property, including LEDs, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an energy audit.