What To Know On Improving Warehouse Efficiencies

Decrease energy consumption by 90 percent.


Massive amounts of energy and money go into keeping items cold in a distribution warehouse, says Gary D. Hubbard, an energy efficiency manager for Enfield, NH-based LED Leading Edge Design Group.

The constant flow of air and the movement of workers, machinery, and shipments throughout the space create big challenges in maintaining consistent temperatures and predictable operational costs. Lighting plays a significant role in every aspect of cold storage: temperature output, energy consumption, and workforce productivity.

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