Metrolight, Inc. (Metrolight) has partnered with US Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star program to improve energy efficiency. Under the terms of the partnership, Metrolight will measure and track performance of the company’s energy management solutions by using tools offered through Energy Star. The company will also develop and implement plans consistent with the Energy star energy management guidelines to achieve energy savings.
The company assumes that strategic, corporate energy management programs will improve its overall financial health and aid in preserving the environment for future generations.
‘As a leading provider of energy-efficient lighting solutions, we are excited to launch our partnership with the EPA’s Energy Star Program,’ said Igal Zamir, chief executive officer of Metrolight. ‘We are committed to generating global awareness that it is possible to significantly reduce energy consumption and minimize the environmental impact of energy use, while still receiving unrivaled light quality, reliability and control…all with the technology that exists in the marketplace.’
Under the partnership with Energy Star, the company will:
Promote the importance of energy efficiency to its staff, clients, partners and community;
Support Energy Star Challenge, a national call-to-action to improve the energy efficiency of America’s commercial and industrial buildings by 10% or more;
Highlight achievements with recognition offered through Energy Star.
‘Environmental responsibility is everyone’s responsibility – and I’m pleased Metrolight is taking this motto to heart,’ said EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson. ‘By making smart energy choices, Metrolight is helping improve our nation’s energy and environmental outlook.’