Hotels want us to feel welcome and at home in their properties, and that includes creating the right ambiance through lighting – and lots of it! Just think how many lights are used in hotels between common areas such as hallways, parking, reception, dining, and entertainment areas. And then each suite often includes traditional lamps, sconces, and ceiling fixtures. Together, these all add up to thousands of light fixtures, with most of them operating 24/7, consuming a huge amount of energy.
So, just how big can the pot of gold be for hotel operators that make the move to LED’s?