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 Join us for an informative Lighting Legislation Open House Minimize

Codale Electric Supply and Philips wish to remind you about current legislation affecting the lighting in your building, as well as fast-approaching deadlines to take advantage of local utility incentives for switching to more energy-efficient lighting.

Join us on Wednesday, February 29, 2012, for an exclusive Lighting Legislation Open House where you can learn from technical specialists and local utility representatives, and explore options for implementing more energy-efficient and better-quality lighting for your business.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
10 am - 2 pm
(lunch provided)

Codale Electric Supply
Salt Lake Headquarters Facility
5225 West 2400 South
Salt Lake City, UT


 Come Learn About Minimize
  • DOE regulations and what to expect
  • Utilizing daylighting controls with dimming ballasts and occupancy sensors
  • Strategies for Sustainable Lighting Solutions & environmental impact
  • REO Global Phosphor shortage and its impact in lighting
  • New Philips EnduraLED solutions
 Open House Event Minimize

Stop in for:

  • Complimentary Lunch
  • Table-Top Demos
  • Utility Incentive Information
  • And more!

Admission is free.

 Don't Wait! Minimize

The time to act is NOW—not only will these lighting upgrades start saving you energy and money right away, but many utility providers are currently offering incentives for switching to these energy-saving products, but they won’t last long—once the DOE mandate becomes effective, the incentives will be phased out or changed, as customers will be required to upgrade to more energy-efficient systems.


 Lighting Legislation Open House RSVP Form Minimize

Please provide the following information to register for the Lighting Legislation Workshop:

After clicking the 'Submit' link below, please allow a few seconds for the form to process.

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 T12 Lighting Phase Out Video Minimize

Click here to watch a brief, informative video about the phase-out of T12 fluorescent lighting, and the transition to more efficient T8 and T5 technology.  Check with your local utility provider, or a Codale representative, about current incentives for switching to more energy-efficient lighting. (Click here for information on Rocky Mountain Power efficiency programs and incentives.)