Holiday Inn Saves Thousands Lighting the Lobby/Corridors

In August 2003, Holiday Inn Kitchener Bought 167 of R30 Reflector Flood Lights.

Input = 16 Watts Output = 75 Watts

Why is this important?

This Hotel had been using 65-Watt Incandescent Flood Lights for many years.

  • 1) High maintenance - Replacement of burn-outs, sometimes daily, was required; Money is wasted. (MIW)

  • 2) High Heat: Incandescent lights create opportunities to run the Air Conditioning System frequently to chill hot air caused by the lamps. Energy is used. MIW.