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How Lutron Helped The New York Times Cut Costs

How Lutron Helped The New York Times Cut Costs

Installing a Lutron system cut The New York Times Company's budget by $30,000 per year per floor.

It’s different than with homeowners. Lighting control’s features — its elegant touchpads, convenient one-touch “goodnight” and “welcome” scenes — practically sell themselves to homeowners. However, we prefer the universal language of dollars and cents.

For corporate settings interested in lighting control systems, the key feature is certainly the potential savings.

Lutron, which recently had its Quantum total light management system installed in The New York Times Company’s new 52-story headquarters in New York, shares a year’s worth of energy-saving data.

It’s a good example of the money-saving impact lighting control can have on your business — and worth sharing. Click here to read the case study about the project (pdf).

Energy Savings

Energy Savings

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