PSE, The Landing work to reduce energy consumption

The Landing expects to save about $36,300 by replacing exterior lighting with LEDs in the parking lot, garage and common areas.

A worker for PSE installs energy efficient lights at Top Pot Doughnuts at The Landing.

From a press release:

As part of Puget Sound Energy’s “Brighter Business” campaign, JSH Properties, owner of The Landing, has opted to reduce energy use in the mall.

The Landing expects to save about $36,300 by replacing exterior lighting with LEDs in the parking lot, garage and common areas.

Also, five businesses were chosen at the mall to receive financial contributions toward making larger energy efficient upgrades. The campaign included a toolkit of how to make behavioral changes, such as correctly programming a thermostat, to effect energy efficiency.

The effort is part of a pilot program with PSE.

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