An article by Linda Hardesty, Energy Manager Today.
Wireless lighting controls will save buildings $4 billion in energy savings by 2020, according to ON World’s report Smart Building Wireless Sensor Networks.
Research firm ON World says it conducted a survey of 85 professional lighting installers and found that 59 percent are providing wireless lighting controls. Over half provide a centralized wireless lighting control system and about a quarter install lighting systems that use wireless adapters. Nearly 6 in 10 provide a wireless lighting control system that features occupancy detection, 34 percent daylighting and 26 percent support utility demand response programs.
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