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Today, energy efficiency is an essential element of every home and business. Lutron has been providing energy-saving light control solutions for more than fifty years. When considering your options, keep in mind that Lutron dimming saves energy without sacrificing style or convenience.

For single homes, buildings, or large commercial campuses, Lutron offers dimmers, occupancy/ vacancy sensors, light control systems, and shading solutions to reduce lighting energy use, optimize system performance, and enhance the visual environment.

Commercial Energy Savings Solutions

Every commercial space, small or large, can realize energy savings by installing Lutron light controls. Easy-to-install wireless control options provide quick retrofit solutions to help buildings meet and exceed building energy codes including ASHRAE standards.
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Residential Energy Savings Solutions

There are many ways to save energy throughout a home; from dimmers, occupancy sensors and whole home light control systems, to window solutions that manage daylight and help control heating and cooling costs. For guaranteed savings, Lutron eco-dim solutions automatically reduce your energy by 15% or more. Combine dimmers, timers, sensors, and window shades to maximize your energy efficiency.

Energy Rebates & Incentives

Your energy-saving efforts may qualify for federal and state rebates, as well as additional incentives from your utility company. For your convenience, Lutron has created a thorough list of stimulus funds, tax incentives, and other programs that could help to provide financial assistance for your project.
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3Reinhart CF. 2002. Effects of interior design on the daylight availability in open plan offices. Study of the American Commission for an Energy Efficient Environment (ACE) Conference Proceedings. To achieve maximum lighting savings, automated shades are utilized.

4 Galasiu AD, et al. 2007. Energy saving lighting control systems for open-plan offices: A field study. Leukos. 4(1) pg 7-29.

5 Ecos. 2011. Commercial office plug load savings assessment. California Energy Commission PIER Program. .

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