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Imagine a luminaire that can provide energy-efficient, dimmable, code-compliant light for 10 years or more before the light source needs to be replaced. That could make a real difference to your occupants, your operations, your bottom line. Maybe you could better utilize your maintenance staff, or, if your crews are being paid overtime to change lamps after-hours, reduce labor costs. No more lighting contracts. No more storage of burnt-out fluorescent lamps. And in the competition for tenants, especially triple-net tenants, reduced utility bills and maintenance costs increase your competitive edge and the value of your property.