Lutron to retrofit Empire State Building's lighting

Lutron Electronics, Coopersburg, Pa., will provide lighting controls for a major renovation of pre-built tenant spaces in the Empire State Building, which is undergoing a building-wide retrofit to improve energy efficiency and financial performance as part of the Clinton Climate Initiative's Building Retrofit program. The project is designed to reduce the building's energy use by 38% and energy bills by $4.4 million a year. Lutron will be working in collaboration with property manager Jones Lang LaSalle and the building's owner, Empire State Building Co. (ESB). The lighting controls are expected to provide total lighting energy savings of up to 65% and a reduced installed payback period of 2.75 years.

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