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Walter Reed National Military Medical Center gets LED lighting retrofit

October 9, 2017

Walter Reed National Military MedicalCenter (WRNMMC) in Bethesda, Md., has undertaken a renovation with a comprehensive LED retrofit, according to an article on the Business Insider website.

The project may stand as the largest LED lighting retrofit for a hospital.

With over 50 percent energy savings and more than $1,000,000 in LED products for this LED lighting retrofit, $300,000 in annual savings is projected.

Over the 10-year warranty of the technology, WRNMMC is expected to save more than $3 million.

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