Commercial Lighting Controls

 

Use only the light you need. Lighting controls help save energy and money by adjusting the lighting to the situation. Common lighting controls include:

  • Motion, occupancy, and photosensors
  • Timers

Sensors automatically turn lights on when they detect motion, heat, and/or sound, and turn them off a short while later. Especially useful for outdoor security and utility lighting.

Save money, energy and our environment: that’s just good business.

Apply for a rebate, or contact us at 1-877-999-6035
Please have your electricity bill available when you call

 

Measure Availability Criteria Rebate
Occupancy Sensor-Wall-Switch or Fixture Mounted In-store
  • For use with LED or fluorescent systems
  • The use of a program start ballast is recommended for fluorescent systems
  • Excludes ENERGY STAR certified or DLC approved fixtures with integrated occupancy sensors
$20
Occupancy Sensor – Ceiling or Wall Remote Mounted In-store
  • For use with LED or fluorescent systems
  • The use of a program start ballast is recommended for fluorescent systems
  • Excludes ENERGY STAR certified or DLC approved fixtures with integrated occupancy sensors.
$50
Occupancy Sensor – Exterior In-store
  • Fixture must automatically shut off during the day by using a timer, photo-sensor or similar technology
  • For use with LED or fluorescent systems
  • The use of a program start ballast is recommended for fluorescent systems
$10
Daylighting Controls – Wall-Switch or Fixture Mounted Mail-in
  • System commissioning is strongly recommended to ensure maximum energy savings
  • For indoor use only
$10
Daylighting Controls – Ceiling or Wall Remote Mounted Mail-in
  • System commissioning is strongly recommended to ensure maximum energy savings
  • For indoor use only
$30

Instant in-store rebates are available on popular lighting products at these Nova Scotian electrical distributors:

Ready to purchase your product? Apply for your rebate here.

(Please have a recent copy of your utility bill available for reference.)

 

 

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