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Digital Lumens CEO Tom Pincince to Present at J.P. Morgan LED General Lighting Symposium

Digital Lumens, developer of the industry's first Intelligent Lighting System, announced that President and CEO Tom Pincince will join executives from General Electric, Veeco, Rubicon and others to present at the first annual J.P. Morgan LED General Lighting Symposium, to be held Thursday, September 2 in New York. The goal of the Symposium is to share information among all the companies involved with the use of LEDs for general lighting applications. Designed for large warehouses and industrial facilities, the Digital Lumens Intelligent Lighting System integrates LEDs, sensors, networking and software into a single solution that leverages system-wide intelligence to reduce customers' energy costs by up to 90 percent.
Last week, Digital Lumens announced that Maines Paper & Food Service, Inc., a $3 billion broadline foodservice distributor, has deployed the company's Intelligent Lighting System in its 460,000 square foot headquarters in Conklin, New York. With Digital Lumens' technology, Maines will reduce its lighting-related energy use by 87 percent, and Maines expects to save 1,726,108 kWh per year (more than enough electricity to power 200 homes for a year) and 1,240 metric tons of CO2.

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