Lloyd's Kahului Chevron service station is switching to LED lighting. Located at 130 Kamehameha Ave., the station is one of the first in Hawai'i to utilize this energy-efficient form of lighting. The new system will replace metal halide lights.
Manager Lance Yamamoto said the station will retrofit its 480-watt fixtures with 80-watt Green Machine Light Engine (GMLE) LEDs. They expect an 83 percent decrease in their energy costs in addition to tax rebates from the state.
Pacific Green Lighting Systems, which will complete the installation, is the sole distributer of GMLE in Hawai'i. Owner Daniel Dull pointed out that GMLE is manufactured in the U.S. and has a seven-year warranty.
Lloyd’s Chevron service station in Kahului will replace its 480-watt fixtures with 80-watt Green Machine Light Engine LEDs, which should decrease their energy costs by 83 percent.