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Energy Efficient Lighting
System Case Study:
USARC Trenton

Company Profile
Company Name

Government Energy Management

Address

10162 Bellwright Rd, Ste. B

City, State, ZIP Code

Summerville, SC 29483

Phone Number

888-943-3052

Customer Profile
Customer Name

United States Army Reserve

Division

99th USARC

Address

2150 Nottingham Way

City, State, ZIP Code

Trenton, NJ 08619

Contact Name

Jarrod Ross

Title

Energy Manager

E-mail Address

jarrod.t.ross.ctr@mail.mil

Project Summary
Existing fluorescent lighting was replaced
with GEM’s dimmable flat panel LED lamps
throughout the interior and the halogens and
high pressure sodium flood lamps were
replaced by GEM high intensity exterior LED
solutions.
GEM's patented Energy Protection Device
(EPD) was installed simultaneously to
protect sensitive diodes and LED drivers
from transient voltages (surges, spikes,
etc.). No other device on the market can
provide such protection from these harmful
surges like this system. The combination of
GEM’s industry leading line of Energy
Efficient Lighting and the patented protection technology contained within the EPD is second to
none. The EPD’s ability to lengthen the useful life of all connected devices has allowed us to offer
a level of warranty protection and assurance that is unmatched – 60,000 hours for interior and 10
years for exterior lamps.

Benefits
With the installation of the GEM
Energy Efficient Lighting System, the
99th USARC – Trenton is now
experiencing higher quality interior
and exterior lighting while enjoying
47% savings on their annual kWh
usage and a minimum of 60,000 hours
and 10 years of maintenance free use
on their interior and exterior lighting
respectively.
GEM’s technical proficiency with its
products, seamless project execution,
flexibility, and customer service
allowed Jarrod Ross, the Energy
Manager for the 99th USARC, to feel
confident enough to make similar
Energy Efficient Lighting System
purchases throughout the 99th.

Annual Light Energy Reduction
Proposed
kWh Savings
47%

LED kWh Consumption

LED kWh
Consumption
53%

Proposed kWh Savings

By switching the energy efficient LED lamps, 99th
USARC – Trenton was able to reduce their kWh
consumption by 47%. Most of the lamps replaced
were interior T8 fluorescents.

Products and Services
GEM completed a thorough audit of all lamps to be replaced and designed a custom LED solution
that would improve lighting quality and efficiency. Lamps were self-installed by the 99th under the
supervision of GEM technicians.
The 3000 kVA EPD was installed by GEM technicians and continues to protect the new lamps
along with all connected devices.

GOVERNMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT

CONFIDENTIAL

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