HID to LED Parking Lot

HID to LED Parking Lot

EconoPark Express

  • Parking Lot
  • Hanover, Maryland

Savings At-A-Glance

Instant rebates were applied by Bay Lighting.
  • Energy Savings: 73,076 kWh/year or 66% annual kWh savings
  • Total Project Cost: $39,800
  • Rebates Paid: $7,800
  • Cost to Customer: $32,000
  • Annual Savings: $9,500
  • Payback: less than 3 ½ years

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EconoPark Express is a short and long term parking lot company servicing Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Airport, BWI Amtrak Station, and BWI Rental Car Facility customers. Parking is available 24 hours a day and shuttles run continuously. A long time customer of HID bulbs and bucket truck services, EconoPark Express reached out to Bay Lighting for a total solution, centered on enhanced lighting in an effort to grow business. Bay Lighting was intrical in the design, administration of rebates, purchase, installation of LED products, and recycling of old materials. The results included a brighter lot for added safety, reduced maintenance with longer lasting LED fixtures, and a lower operating cost.

EconoPark image on Bay Lighting Website

During the design phase, technical drawings were created by RAB Lighting to strategically light all areas using existing poles. Bay Lighting Services converted HID lamps to LED with no interruption to the daily operation at EconoPark Express.

Bay Lighting Worker Image at EconoParka

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