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Global Energy Management

Global Energy Management

Global Energy Management

Plants in Maine, India Achieve 100% LED Lighting

Plants in Maine, India Achieve 100% LED Lighting

In late 2016, Corning’s Life Sciences plant in Kennebunk, Maine, became the second in the company to achieve 100 percent LED lighting. The first, Corning’s fiber plant in Pune, India, went 100 percent LED in 2015. Both plants worked with the Global Energy Management (GEM) Team to realize this goal, and capture more cost savings through energy supplier incentives.

Together, the plant’s efforts are saving Corning approximately 1,280,000 kilowatt hours annually, enough energy to power about 120 homes in the U.S. for an entire year.

According ENERGY STAR, LEDs, or light-emitting Energy diodes, use a fraction of the energy of other bulbs, emit less heat, and are more durable. In addition, LED bulbs are directional bulbs, meaning they emit light and heat in a specific direction, leading to vast energy savings.

Several other Corning facilities have made commitments, and are well on their ways to becoming 100 percent LED.  

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