LEDs shine bright on businesses’ bottom line


LEDs are brightening a future bathed in crisp white light and substantial savings for their users. President Obama set an energy reduction goal in his State of the Union address to cut energy usage at home and work by half over the next 20 years.

But why wait when you can start now?

One of the easiest and most cost effective ways to achieve that goal is to replace antiquated incandescent and fluorescent bulbs with energy efficient custom LED solutions. Noribachi has a broad selection of products and specialize in custom retrofits for existing light systems.

A single 32-watt T8 fluorescent light can cost as much as $24 a year to operate. If replaced with a 10-watt T8 LED Tube from Noribachi, one can expect to pay about $7. If all the lights in your home or business were replaced with LED bulbs, you’ll begin to see significant savings on your bottom line.

Now imagine never having to change those hard to reach tubes for 10+ years.

Enlightening, isn’t it?

Many businesses such as car dealerships, hospitals, and even city parks and landmarks have already made the switch to LED lighting applications with much fanfare from their owners and the public alike. Noribachi has experienced continued success with over 800 satisfied customers that represent a diverse set of industries.

According to McKinsey & Co, LEDs made up over 8 percent of the U.S. lighting market in 2012,  representing street lighting, retail and office retrofits, making it time for consumers to also make the jump to a brighter, energy-efficient future.

The rising adoption rate of LEDs combined with constantly declining upfront costs are making the switch easier than ever. The U.S. Department of Energy predicts the switch could save the country $250 billion in energy costs over the next 20 years.

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