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CBM Energy Study

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According the Department of Energy’s 2010 Buildings Energy Data Book, the average commercial building in the United States consumes $.70 of electricity per square foot in lighting costs annually. Meanwhile, 13 percent of commercial buildings in the United States are between 25,000 and 50,000 square feet. So by the math, for a typical 35,000- square foot building, lighting costs would be $24,500 annually. This annual lighting cost is for the average building, however in other applications, energy consumption for lighting is far higher.

Are there any real solutions???

Just have a look at the brief research work from CBM

We will look forward to hear back your thoughts

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Ben Taddeo
Executive Vice President at CBM Corp.
ben@cbmbuildingservices.com

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CBM Energy Study

  1. 1. Are the Increasing Costs in Electricity DENTING your Bottom line?
  2. 2. Solutions! What can be done
  3. 3. - Lighting can account for up to 50%of your monthly electric bill - The type of light you choose has DIRECT IMPACT on the PRODUCTIVITY of employee. - It has become a trend for commercial and residential buildings to become more energy efficient as it saves energy and money.
  4. 4. - In 2012, New York governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order directing state agencies to improve the efficiency of their buildings by 20% by 2020. - By 2014, Incandescent bulbs will be ILLEGAL “Through Build Smart NY, state government can produce significant savings for New York taxpayers and generate thousands of jobs, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by more than eight million metric tons, which is the same as taking one million cars off the road for one year.”
  5. 5. Lighting Upgrades, advanced heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems, efficient electric motors and automated energy management systems are just some of the ways you can save energy and money
  6. 6. Lighting Options
  7. 7. Advantages  Very cheap bulbs- only about $1.25 per bulb  Turns on instantly Disadvantages  Short lifespan- only last about 1,200 hours (about 3 months at 10 hours a day)  Emit a lot of heat  Very dull light  Use a lot of electricity to light small area 1
  8. 8. Advantages  Cheap- about $4 per bulb  Brighter than incandescent  Last 10x as long as incandescent bulbs Disadvantages  Emit a lot of heat  Only last 8,000 hours  Contain Mercury  Delayed start-up  Frequent on/off cycling will shorten lifespan 2
  9. 9. - Comes with a 3 year warranty - Light comes on instantly when turned on - Come in a variety of different bulb types - Bulbs do not draw power when they are turned on so they do not waste any energy. - Most efficient bulb on the market right now. Advantages - Last 50x longer than incandescent bulbs and 5x longer than fluorescent bulbs- 50,000 hours (13 and a half years at 10 hours a day or almost 6 years continuous) - Produces the same amount of light a 60 watt incandescent and 13 watt fluorescent bulb in just 8 watts - Brightest and clearest light - Emit no heat, so will save on your air conditioning bills as well 3
  10. 10.  LED lights used to be rather costly when they first came out, but as time has passed the price has gone down considerably. Commonly Misconceived Disadvantages 3
  11. 11. - Can save up to 65% energy - Provide Brighter and Clearer light - LED’s look nicer - Save up to 50% on your electric bill - LED’s don't heat up - They last up to 50,000 hours - Don't waste electricity
  12. 12. The Chart Below compares different light sources based upon the life of the bulb and the electrical cost at 10 cents per kWh (kilowatt hour). *Note: fixture costs and installation costs are not included.
  13. 13. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that if 50% of the buildings in the U.S switch to LED lighting by 2027, we could: - Deliver savings of about $265 billion. 130+ Countries have their total annual GDP less then this amount - Avoid 40 new power plants. - Reduce lighting electricity demand by 33% in 2027. - The Federal Energy Policy Act of 2005 established a tax deduction for energy- efficient commercial buildings of between $0.30 and $1.80 per square foot depending on technology and amount of energy reduction If 50% of buildings in U.S Switch to LED lighting
  14. 14.  Diffused bulbs- Spreads light out over a wider area  Dimmable Globe bulbs- Dimmable from 100% to 10%. Consumes 10 watts of power while emitting the same amount of light as a 40 watt incandescent bulb  Track Lighting- 90% more efficient than incandescent and last 50 times longer  Flame tip- Designed to replace Candelabra bulbs, these draw only 3.5 watts while producing the same amount of light as a 25-35 watt incandescent bulb.  Tube Lights- Designed to replace fluorescent tube lighting, these are available in 8 watt bulbs (replaces 25 watt fluorescent) and 16 watt bulbs(replaces 40 watt fluorescent). Cheapest to install if you already have tube lighting.
  15. 15. - Having all your services done by one company can save you time and money. - Many Facility Maintenance Companies are bundling interior and exterior services. - Energy conservation initiatives open the door for facility maintenance companies and lighting retrofit and manufacturers to work together to ensure the best service at the lowest cost to the consumers.
  16. 16. - CBM and Green Lumens have partnered to create the first “FREE”complete energy costs analysis program in the tri-state region. After a thorough analysis and trial set-up our customers can make an honest decision if LED is the right solution for their needs! - CBM is also a full service cleaning, landscaping, snow removal, and licensed security company. - With over $40 million in annual revenue, CBM has proved itself to be a top tier full service company in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Florida.
  17. 17.  18 years of experience.  Elected as top-rank supplier by LG for 7 years straight.  Three large production lines.  Employs over 1800 workers.  Exports to South-East Asia, Japan, Europe and America and is very popular among these areas.  Owns a nearly 65,000 square meter modern standard workshop with advanced production equipment, complete inspection instruments and reliable testing equipment.  Company passed ISO9001 quality management system certification
  18. 18.  Established in 1975, CBM has been providing high quality service in the facility maintenance business for over 35 years.  CBM has had a long outstanding relationship with the following high profile companies:  NYU - Polytechnic University- 8 years  Muss Development- 10 years  All Chase banks on Long Island- 12 years  Memorial Sloan- 6 years  RexCorp- 4 years  Sutton and Edwards- 10 years  Morgan Stanley/Dean Witter- 5 years  30+ HSBC Locations- 10 years
  19. 19. Commercial Building Maintenance Corp 200 Oak Drive Syosset, New York 11791 For more information: Contact Paul LaSpina 516-567-4911 Only One Building Maintenance Company you will ever need Can you afford NOT to call TODAY for your FREE energy cost analysis ?

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