Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 61.73
Liaison Sean MacInnes
Submission Date Feb. 28, 2014
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STARS v1.2

University of North Carolina, Greensboro
OP-T2-15: LED Lighting

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.25 / 0.25 Trey McDonald
Sustainability Coordinator
Sustainability Office
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Does the institution use Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology in at least one lighting application? LED applications in exit signs and remote controls do not count for this credit.:

A brief description of the technology used:

As a pilot project, one Holophane GranVille LED Outdoor fixture was used to retrofit a post-mounted lighting fixture near the UNCG Facilities Design and Construction office. In summer 2012, seven more Holophane GranVille LED outdoor retrofit fixtures were placed along the same pathway, with the potential to reduce electrical consumption in these fixtures up to 65%.

In May 2012, UNCG replaced 55 34-watt CFLs with 19-watt LED bulbs during in the Weatherspoon Art Museum, and replaced 29 150-watt incandesent bulbs with 19-watt LED bulbs in 2013.

The percentage of building space with LED lighting:

The percentage of parking deck space with LED lighting:

The percentage of outdoor space that uses LED lighting:

The percentage of building space with efficient, non-LED lighting (compact fluorescent, automatic daylight shutoff, or other energy-saving features):

The website URL where information about the institution's use of the technology is available :

Information received from Johnny Watterson, PE, Design Project Manager at UNCG and Dale Williams, Facility Maintenance Manager at UNCG.

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