Florida’s Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), the nation’s second largest, is leaping ahead with their environmental stewardship through a wide range of green initiatives. Albeo Technologies Inc. is supplying its award winning C-Series low bay to the convention center for a number of retrofit projects. In the first project, Albeo’s 75W C-Series Low Bay was used to replace aging 400W Metal Halide fixtures to deliver a savings of 325 Watts per fixture. The combined energy and maintenance savings achieved with Albeo’s solution resulted in a payback of less than one year. This installation is estimated to eliminate over 1,400,000 lbs of carbon over the life of the installation.
“Albeo is proud to be part of Orange County Convention Center’s Green initiatives and sustainability projects. In commercial spaces like OCCC lighting is often one of the major electrical loads and with paybacks of less than one year, why install anything other than LED lighting?” said Paul Winker, Director of Business Development at Albeo. “Orange County’s commitment to deploy green technologies and educate the public through its Climate-Change Education Center is exemplary.”
About Albeo Technologies
Albeo Technologies, Inc. manufactures high quality, long-lasting LED lighting products for commercial and industrial facilities. Albeo’s products include: Atmosphere™, Brilliance™, and Talea™ LED Lighting solutions for cove, display, and task lighting, SecurityLED™ fixtures for high-abuse applications such as transit, correctional, and institutional facilities, Albeo’s award winning C-Seriesä LED light fixtures for general lighting, plus T8LED Conversion Kits and Troffers for office and school lighting applications. Details for the entire product line are available on Albeo's website at www.albeotech.com.
About the Orange County Convention Center
The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) offers a seven-million-square-foot facility, with 2.1 million square feet of exhibition space, making it the second largest convention center in the U.S. Each year, the OCCC brings more than 250 events to the Central Florida area. As a result, roughly 1.4 million attendees contribute approximately $1.9 billion to the area’s economic impact annually. For more information about the OCCC, visit our Web site at www.occc.net.