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These new LED Downlights are a game changer for commercial retrofit   

1/31/2017


An easy to install LED downlight with multiple trim options plus the ability to adjust wattage.

The attached junction box makes it a breeze to install and you can change the wattage.

DL2-TC 42W – Middle School Auditorium - Case Study

​​DL1e-DC-120/277V LED Downlight with Deep Cell trim
DL1e-TC-120/277V LED Downlight with Tapered Cone trim

Latest Industry and NES News

The MassSave customer contribution on Dimmable BR30 LED lamps for Hospitality to be increased soon

1/19/2017


This lamp's dimming feature is designed to replicate the warm effect of traditional incandescent light and offers considerable monetary savings.  

Through Northeast Efficiency Supply's partnership with National Grid these lamps have been available to restaurants, bars or any commercial eatery for $1 (that's right one dollar!)  but they won't be available at this price for much longer so act now.

MASS Save And RI Upstream Price Change For 2017

2/14/2017


At Northeast Efficiency Supply our aim is to keep you up-to-date on the latest program changes. For 2017 the Mass Save lighting rebate program has increased their minimum customer contributions from $1 to $2.50 which will more than double your lighting projects in March 2017.

Your Connecticut school can take advantage of a number of energy efficiency lighting programs funded through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency

3/14/2017


Just an update to inform you that the 2017 EnergizeCT Program Incentives will continue according to the 2016 rates further notice.  NES has helped retrofit 20 million sqft of space and with a deep understanding of the EnergizeCT school program we can ensure your school receives the maximum rebate available.

LEDs have opened the door to a new world of control in lighting and building automation 

4/12/2017


Not so long ago LED lighting was big news in commercial-lighting applications. LEDs are still a big thing, but more importantly they’ve ushered in a whole new array of control options along with the Internet of Things (IoT)...