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Introduction Conservative Energy Group (CEG) sources a variety of energy efficient products helping to reduce our clients Co2 emissions, ultimately reducing their energy costs. We are an eco friendly lighting solutions company specializing in LED, Induction lighting and Fluorescent lighting upgrades. Energy efficiency offers a powerful and cost-effective tool for achieving a sustainable energy future. Improvements in energy efficiency can reduce the need for investment in energy infrastructure, cut fuel costs, increase competitiveness and improve consumer welfare. The manner in which we produce and consume energy is of crucial importance to a sustainable development, as energy has deep relationships with each of its three dimensions-the economy, the environment and social welfare. Lack of proper lighting can lead to higher energy and maintenance costs, decreased productivity and higher cost of quality, and on-the-job injuries. There are many lighting options that are low in the initial equipment unit price or low in energy consumption. What truly benefits the environment; employees and corporate profitability are lighting solutions that deliver superior performance and longevity at the lowest total cost. Development and deployment of safer, cleaner, more efficient technologies is imperative for energy security, environmental protection and economic growth. Many of our products qualify for Rebate/Tax Deduction monies. Check with your sales representative to determine how much monies your project can qualify for. Energy efficiency should be looked at as an investment rather than an expense as electricity and natural gas will only continue to rise in cost. Call today to schedule a site survey of your facility at no cost to you.

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How Induction Lighting Works The basic technology for induction lamps is not particularly new. Essentially, an induction lamp is an electrodeless fluorescent. Without electrodes, the lamp relies on the fundamental principles of electromagnetic induction and gas discharge to create light. The elimination of filaments and electrodes results in a lamp of unmatched life. Lasting 100,000 hours or 25 years (10hrs a day), this system can outlast 100 incandescent, five HID, or five typical fluorescent lamp changes.

Nikola Tesla demonstrated induction lighting in the late 1890s around the same time that his rival, Thomas Edison, was working to improve the incandescent light bulb.

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Smart Advantage’s With Induction. Businesses are under increasing pressure to operate more efficiently while managing costs, providing a safe and comfortable workplace, and meeting environmental mandates. Lighting can represent a large portion of your energy bill, making an energy-efficient and low-maintenance choice an important one. Yet light quality and controllability are also important for optimal operation. CEG delivers a total lighting solution for your business improving productivity and your bottom line. Benefits of CEG Induction Lighting: Uncompromised Energy Efficiency More efficient than a typical Fluorescent • Lower lighting energy use by up to 60% • Up to 60% energy savings with advanced lighting controls • Reduce your carbon footprint and environmental impact Simplicity of Design Plug-and-play installation with seamless operation • Reduce maintenance with longer lamp life, fewer fixtures • Achieve seamless light with instantaneous dimming and advanced control • Increase productivity, safety and improve work environment with brighter, more consistent light Intelligent Control Intelligent endpoints enable advanced control • Maximize energy efficiency • Continuous dimming from 50% to 100% with an immediate HID recoup time of 200 milliseconds • Daylight harvesting and zoning control Superior Savings The most cost- and energy-efficient lighting solution available with fast payback • No recurring bulb/ballast costs, with 10 years of use 24/7. • Lower maintenance costs with the benefits of excellent lumen maintenance. • Increase productivity, product quality, and worker safety

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Energy Savings You Can Count On Today's world is quickly realizing the need for change. As awareness rises, all sectors now understand they must acknowledge, plan and execute initiatives for change to assist in overall global environmental targets. Conservative Energy Group, with its complete line of electromagnetic induction products, is at the forefront of the lighting revolution. We are well positioned to work with all sectors to assist with their initiatives as they pertain to energy solutions. Today's perception of lighting is based solely on yesterday's technology. Moving forward we must change these perceptions to include emerging technologies. Should we not contemplate the changes needed then we are most certainly doing a disservice to the environment, as well as being corporately irresponsible in a fiscal manner. In many instances, installation costs will be higher than that of traditional lighting. However the savings become clearly apparent over time as CEG's induction lamps not only save you 50%+ in lighting energy costs, but also in re-lamping due to their extraordinary life span. Our lighting survey will demonstrate a cost saving to you using a cost now vs. a cost into the future process. It is our intention to assist our clients in the areas of:   

Identifying and eliminating old inefficient lighting technology Aiding the environment with a product that promotes a reduction in overall greenhouse gas emissions. Less stress on local utility reduces the kilowatthours used. Reducing the contribution to our landfill sites by the overall reduction of relamping fixtures.

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Many people, who see induction lights, comment on how bright they appear and on what they feel is a higher quality of light being emitted from the fixtures. However, when individuals compare a CEG induction light to a conventional lamp with a light meter, the Induction lamp is generally measured as producing less light than the conventional lamp. This has led some people to question the installation of these fixtures - even though they use 50% less energy – as they expect that the areas lit by them will not be bright enough when compared to conventional lighting. All this, even though their eyes are telling them they are the same if not brighter. The issue is not with the induction lights and their ability to produce acceptable light. Today’s standards for light meters are calibrated using the 1951 CIE Color Space Standards. They have not evolved with advancing technology in the lighting arena. This standard used to set the sensitivity curve for light meters does not take into account the contribution of Scotopic vision (night vision) to the sensitivity of the eye. Scientific studies have shown the eye is more sensitive to blue wavelengths than the measurement curve of the light meter. Blue light, acting on human night vision (scotopic vision) is largely responsible for “visual acuity” or sharpness of vision. Simply put, light meters and the 1951 standards by which they measure light are wrong. Consumers are therefore paying for products with yesterday’s lighting quality while not taking advantage of today’s products, such as induction lighting that offer reduced costs and a better quality of light.

HPS 400Watt *Before

CEG-RL-14 200W

CEG Induction 200Watt *After

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Seeing Is Believing The human retina contains (125million rod cells and 6 million cone cells.) These respond to different frequencies (colors/wavelengths) of light in different ways. Cone cells are adapted to detect colors and function well in bright light, while rods cell are more sensitive but do not detect color well as they are adapted to low light. Photopic Vision: is the scientific term for human color vision under normal conditions during the day (i.e. human perception of red, green and blue that the brain integrates to form full color images of the world around us.) Scotopic Vision: is the scientific term for human visual perception in low light (night vision). Mesopic Vision: is the scientific term for the combination between Photopic and Scotopic vision taking into account the total sensitivity of the rod cells in the eye for the blue range, with the color perception of the cone cells. The ratio of Photopic light vs. Scotopic light in a lamp is called the S/P ratio. This ratio determines the apparent visual brightness of a light source. This is why the CEG induction 200w lamp will appear as bright or brighter to the human eye than a sodium vapor or metal halide of twice the wattage.

Here’s how it actually works:

Light is measured in Lumens (Lux or foot Candles). The S/P ratio of a lamp is important as it provides a number that can be used to multiply the output reading of a lamp using a 1951 standard conventional meter to determine how much light, which is useful to the human eye, a lamp produces. These are known as Visually Effective Lumens (VEL). Using a conventional light meter or spectrometer, the light is measured to determine the photopic vision sensitivity curve. Using the same light source with a light meter calibrated to the scotopic, the scotopic sensitivity curve is determined. The resulting readings form an S/P ratio that can be expressed as a single number. th

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Products & Applications

High bay Lighting

Exterior Lighting

Our Products make a Difference!

Roadway Lighting

Garage Lighting

Tunnel Lighting

Emergency Egress

Interior Lighting

LED Lighting

Lighting Controls

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High bay Lighting

CEG-HB-61-1 80,120,150,200W

CEG-HB-002 80,120,150,200W

CEG-HB-01 80,120,150,200W

CEG-HB-02-16” 40, 80W

CEG-HB-02-19” 120, 150W

CEG-HB-02-22” 200, 300W

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CEG-HB-009 80,120,150,200W

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Roadway Lighting

CEG-RL-007 23,40W

CEG-RL-008 120,150,200W

CEG-RL-013 40W

CEG-RL-019 80,120,150W

CEG-RL-021 40,80W

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CEG-RL-022 40W

CEG-RL-11 80,120,150W

CEG-RL-012 40,80W

CEG-RL-020 40,80W

CEG-RL-20 40W x 2

CEG-RL-024 40,80W

CEG-RL-41 40,80W

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Roadway Lighting

CEG-RL-42 40W

CEG-RL-51 40,80W

CEG-RL-59 80,120,150W

CEG-RL-60 40,80,120,150W

CEG-RL-61 40W x 2

28000~30000 Luminous Flux    

CEG-RL-008 200W

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Tunnel Lighting

CEG-TL-501 80,120,150,200W

CEG-TL-15 80,120,150,200W

CEG-TL-26-650 80,120,150W

CEG-TL-26-850 200,300W

CEG-TL-55 80,120,150,200,300W

Before HPS

CEG-TL-501

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CEG-TL-501

After Induction

CEG-TL-15

CEG-TL-26-650

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Interior Lighting

CEG-DL-62-9.5 40W

CEG-DL-62-12 40,80W

CEG-DL-65 23W

CEG-DL-703 23W

CEG-DL-704 23,40W

CEG-DL-706 23W

CEG-DL-401 40W

CEG-DL-707 15W

CEG-DL-708 40,80W

CEG-DL-710 40,80,120,150W

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CEG-DL-62-9.5 40W - 2700K

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Exterior Lighting

Walkway Luminaries

CEG-EL-41 23,40W

CEG-EL-401 40,80,120,150W

CEG-EL-402 40,80,120,150W

CEG-EL-403 23,40W

Wall pack Luminaries

CEG-EL-54 40,80W

CEG-EL-56 40,80W

CEG-EL-59 40W

In-ground Luminaries

CEG-IG-701 15W

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CEG-IG-702 15W

CEG-IG-17 15,23W

Retrofit 40W

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Exterior Lighting

Flood Luminaries

CEG-FL-24 120,150,200W

CEG-FL-25 80,120,150W

CEG-FL-50-1 40W

CEG-FL-50-2 80,120,150W

CEG-FL-50-3 200W

CEG-FL-53-1 40W

CEG-FL-53-2 80W

CEG-FL-53-3 120,150W

CEG-FL-53-4 120,150,200W

CEG-FL-003 200,300W

CEG-FL-53-3 120W

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Garage Lighting

CEG-CL-69 40,80W

CEG-CL-79 40,80W

CEG-CL-701 40,80W

CEG-CL-702 40,80W

CEG-EX-21 80,120,150,200W 40,80W CEG-EX-21

150W

Before 175W MH

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After CEG-CL-79 80W 40,80W

40,80W

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After CEG-CL-79 80W 40,80W

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Emergency Egress

Illuminated exit signs are an important and legally required safety feature in your facility. In the case of an emergency such as a fire, their operation is critical in protecting the well being of your facility’s occupants. By design, exit signs operate 24 hours per day, and can consume large amounts of energy to operate. Many exit signs in today’s buildings use older, incandescent and fluorescent/compact fluorescent lighting (CFL) technology. To make matters worse, many older exit signs require frequent maintenance due to the short life span of the lamps that light them. For example, many older exit signs consume over 350 kilowatt-hours (kWh) and cost $28.00 each annually to operate. One of the most cost-effective building upgrades is simply changing out your old emergency egress system. Incandescent exit signs consume as much as 40 watts per sign, while CFL exit signs consume 13 – 26 watts. CEG offers numerous emergency egress systems, some of which require no power at all! Keeping your facility up to code requires all emergency egress systems to be illuminated 24/7. Old inefficient lamps constantly burn out causing a maintenance burden as well continued replacement costs. Did you know… LEC exit signs consume only 1/4watt of power! Costing only $.25cents to operate annually! Ask your CEG Representative which new energy efficient emergency egress system suites your facility best.

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Emergency Egress

LED Exit Signs

CEG-EE-BB-LED

CEG-EE-Combo

CEG-EE-Edgelit

CEG-EE-Aluminum

10 years lamp life

10 years lamp life

10 years lamp life

10 years lamp life

3W

7W

3-5W

3-4W

LEC Exit Signs Red Acrylic Photoluminescent Exit Sign

CEG-EE-LEC

CEG-EE-LEC-EL

20+ years lamp life

20+ years lamp life

1/4W

1/4W

Non-Powered Exit Signs

CEG-EE-PL-B

CEG-EE-PL-G

CEG-EE-PL-R

CEG-EE-TR-G

25+ years

25+ years

25+ years

25+ years

0W

0W

0W

0W

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Emergency Egress

Photoluminescent egress lighting has been used for years on planes, trains and ships to assist evacuations, particularly when power is out. Today, photoluminescent egress lighting is being adopted more widely by facilities to help guide occupants in emergencies when there is little or no light. Photoluminescent egress lighting typically glows in the dark to define a space or path so occupants can orient themselves and identify a safe route that avoids all obstacles. The components require no electricity since they absorb energy from ambient light and re-emit it when the light is out. The performance of a photoluminescent component is measured primarily by brightness and the amount of time it produces light. Performance in an application depends on several factors, including the pigment concentration, the intensity of light used to charge the pigment, how long the pigment is charged and the type of light used to charge the pigment. Fully charged, most pigments produce light at least eight hours, with the light level slowly decreasing. Photoluminescent signs and markers are fully automatic in operation and require little maintenance. They require no electricity, other than to power the ambient light sources used to recharge them. They do not deteriorate from use and are nontoxic and non-radioactive.

CEG-2140-PL

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CEG-405L-PL

CEG-330-PL

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LED Lighting

CEG-MR16-E14 3W

CEG-MR16-E27 3W

CEG-MR16-GU10 3W

CEG-MR16-GU10-1 3W

CEG-Globe 15W

CEG-Globe-2 15W

CEG-P30-E27 15W

CEG-P38-E27 27W

It's a once-in-a-generation breakthrough that delivers the warmth and luxurious color of incandescent lamps along with all the cost savings and other benefits of eco-friendly LED technology.

CEG-LR4 10W

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CEG-LR6 12W

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The LR6 is a down light module for new construction and retrofit that installs easily into most standard six inch recessed IC or no-IC housings. The LR6 generates white light with LED's in a new way that enables unprecedented combination of light output, high efficacy, beautiful color, and affordability.

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Lighting Controls

All lighting systems are operated with lighting controls, devices that switch lights on and off or devices that dim light output. The most common and basic lighting control is a simple on-off switch, which, when flipped, opens and closes the circuit, feeding or cutting off the electric current necessarily to operate the lamps. While the basic switch is economical in terms of initial cost, they can actually become quite expensive over time in terms of total ownership cost. If you look at most large city skylines at night, we see an almost majestic view of skyscrapers dotted with thousands of lights, each of them a window offering a view of an office or space that is lighted but unoccupied. Lighting system operation costs money, and yet organizations lose profits every day by paying to operate lighting systems when nobody’s there to work. It’s like paying workers to sit and do nothing. A solution is the adoption of automatic lighting controls that switch the lights or dim them based on occupancy, time of day and availability of daylight. Occupancy sensors are automatic switching devices that sense human occupancy and control the lighting system accordingly, either by turning on/off the lighting system or, in tandem with other controls, increasing/decreasing light output. Energy, a basic product for which the electric utility charges, is the result of a lighting system used over time: Power (watts) x Time (hours) = Energy (kilowatt-hours). If we reduce the hours of operation for a lighting system, then we can significantly reduce energy use and associated costs. By turning off the lights when occupants are not present using occupancy sensors, we reduce energy waste that can result in a reduction in lighting energy consumption. According to the California Energy Commission, “Energy saving potential is highly dependent on baseline assumptions and operation, but values of 35% to 45% are typical.” Occupancy sensors also can reduce the building’s peak demand, reducing demand charges, which are significant costs that may be imposed by the local utility. th

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Lighting Controls

Dimmers

Lutron Diva

Lutron Maestro

Lutron Dual Maestro

Lutron Maestro IR Dimmer

Lutron Vierte

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Lighting Controls

Sensors

Leviton Dual Relay Occupancy Sensor

Leviton Decora Occupancy Sensor

Leviton Wall Switch PIR Occupancy Sensor

Leviton OSSMTMDW Occupancy Sensor

Leviton OSFHB-ITW High Bay Occupancy Sensor

Leviton’s new OSFHB-ITW High Bay Occupancy Sensor employs passive infrared technology for use in warehouses, manufacturing plants and other facilities with high ceilings and provides local occupancy control and minimizes false triggering. The OSFHB-ITW is specifically designed for high mounted areas and installs directly to an industrial fluorescent luminaire or an electrical junction box. It is a selfcontained sensor and relay that turns individual light fixtures ON or OFF based on occupancy in the detection zone. The specially designed lens provides reliable coverage up to 40 feet mounting heights. The OSFHB-ITW provides a trouble-free “install and forget” solution for high bay lighting control. th

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Water Conservation

Benefits

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Saves money on your water utility bill Reduces your water consumption 5 Year warranty Silicon fitting minimizes water leakage Adjustable water usage per flush to suite your tank Easy Installation Keeps older tanks from entering our landfills

Flush Choice is designed as a universal retrofit for most two-piece toilets. A dual-action flush valve allows the user to select a small flush for liquid waste or a larger flush for solid waste. Press the green handle, and the toilet will flush only half of the water in the tank; press the red handle, the toilet will flush the full tank of water. Install’s in 30 minutes or less. The kit contains new replacement parts for all of the moving parts in a toilet. Half and full flush volumes can be adjusted during installation. Saves money on your water bill, conserves precious water resources, and reduces wastewater and the chemicals and energy used in sewage treatment. For a family of four, a toilet equipped with Flush Choice can save up to 20,000 gallons of water per year.

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Tax Deductions

The Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction

The Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction (CBTD) is a special financial incentive created by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and designed to reduce the initial cost of investing in energy-efficient lighting and other building systems via an accelerated tax deduction. This special tax deduction allows building owners (or tenants) to write off the complete cost of upgrading a building’s indoor lighting, HVAC/hot water and building envelope in the year the new equipment is placed in service, capped at $1.80/sq.ft. Alternately, the owner (or tenant) could upgrade one of these three systems to earn the CBTD capped at $0.60/sq.ft. In short, with the CBTD, the cost of new lighting or other building systems can be claimed in a single tax year instead of amortized over a period of years. The CBTD expiration date has been extended twice, most recently by the Energy Independence Act of 2007 (EISA). With this extension, the CBTD can be claimed for qualifying projects completed before January 1, 2014.

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