Green Light National provides budget-friendly and Earth-first lighting solutions for companies across the country.
Green Light National is at the core of the societal push for companies to start adopting more sustainable and innovative lighting strategies. Our commitment to better the environment and help businesses save money by reducing energy emissions is guiding our work with brands across the nation. Throughout the past two years, we’ve been partnering with companies like Nestlé Waters to help them meet their sustainability goals and reduce their carbon footprint.
The sustainability projects we’ve provided to Nestlé Waters have been implemented in 22 water bottling plants throughout the US and Canada. These projects are value-engineered to provide each plant with; lower energy costs, a smart controllable lighting system, improved light levels, maintenance-free LEDs and an overall safer working environment for their employees. Out of all the benefits our solutions provide each plant is always most intrigued by the smart lighting system. This smart lighting system allows each Nestlé Waters plant to completely customize their LED solution and provides insightful data. Each plant can uniquely tune their light levels, implement daylight harvesting, collect heat map occupancy data and much more all from the ease of using a computer or smartphone. All these extra features allow them to maximize their savings beyond the simple wattage reduction of using LEDs.
We’re thankful for all the customers that have granted us the opportunity to work with them as it’s our mission to help better this planet with our solutions, but a special thanks goes out to Kate Weaver, a Supplier Diversity Manager, for her LinkedIn recognition to Green Light National’s LED lighting solutions to Nestlé Waters. Our President Chris Kent comments “Thank you Kate Weaver for the unexpected kind words this morning. It’s a nice surprise when one of your customers goes out of their way to mention your company in a positive light. We appreciate the partnership Nestlé Waters and look forward to adding your Texas factories to the list of successful upgrades.”