New York City Energy Efficient Light Bulbs
Horner Lighting Group is the leader in energy efficient light bulbs in New York City, creating state of the art solid state and remote phosphor lighting technology, providing an innovative approach for creating increased light output and sustainable energy savings in LED lighting applications.
The Horner Lighting Group advantage revolves around a flexible business model, adapting to many different customer needs and offering comprehensive services and high quality products. From smart grid solutions to state-of-the-art energy efficient light bulbs and automated lighting controls, Horner’s products can reduce or offset much of your electricity and maintenance costs.
The main focus of Horner Lighting Group, a division of Horner APG, LLC., is to service customer needs. We strive to make our customers’ businesses and lives more effective and efficient. This is accomplished by reducing operational costs through reduced power usage, improved fixture effectiveness and visibility, and providing a solution which requires the lowest maintenance possible. Horner Lighting Group designs, manufactures, and distributes from our Indianapolis, Indiana facilities.
Traditional LED fixtures have been a major game changer in the New York City lighting industry, when compared to traditional lighting technologies; incandescent, fluorescent & HID. Unlike these traditional lighting technologies, LEDs do not generate as much heat, they last up to five times longer than traditional lighting, and do not contain any mercury.
LED lighting offers many benefits when compared to these traditional lighting methods, but Horner has been exploring and pushing the boundaries of technological innovation of LED fixtures.
Horner believes that remote phosphor technology is able to break past even more barriers by removing the phosphor from the energy efficient light bulbs itself and relocating it. Lighting fixtures with remote phosphor technology usually consist of an LED board with royal blue LEDs, a remote phosphor element, and a mixing chamber. Want to learn more, New York City? Check out our blog.