Big Box Retailer Extends Contract to 2020 for Retrofit to LED Lighting

 Eco-Shift Power (OTCBB: ECOP), one of Canada’s leading energy management and lighting firms, together with their wholly-owned subsidiary, Sun and Sun Industries Inc. (“Sun Industries”) announce the extension of a contract with a Fortune 500 National Retailer undergoing a sustainable shift to highly efficient LED technologies.


>" […] Sun Industries announced in November the award of a three year contract to conduct a national roll-out of audits and lighting retrofits for the National Retailer. This open contract, recently extended until January 31, 2020, means Sun Industries will be retrofitting roughly 110 stores each year for the next 5 years. This extension will increase the contract value to over Five million dollars [$5,000,000.00]. The value is made up of $500K this year followed by $1.5M each year for the following three years, leaving room for potential project extensions or further retrofits.

With an exemplary goal of reducing energy consumptions and becoming more environmentally friendly, this retailer has made a decision to upgrade all of its locations to new LED lighting technologies. The new lighting systems will provide quality lighting, improved efficiency, and a clean in-store appearance. Having conducted retrofits and lighting upgrades for this client in the past, Sun Industries has provided them with a host of environmental benefits including;

Mercury Reduction from the removal of fluorescent lampsDecrease of CO2 emissions generated from electrical utilitiesReduced contribution to landfill waste

"These are exactly the type of groups we want to be getting involved with as our values and environmental consciousness align perfectly," states Alistair Haughton, ECOP’s CEO. "When groups have a focus on the triple bottom line — people, planet, profit — and actively try to reduce their footprint, our job becomes much easier as we not only have to focus on the monetary savings but can thoroughly discuss the environmental benefits as well," continues Haughton. […]"<

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