Graybar addressed Yaskawa Motoman’s warehouse lighting needs with a seamless, start-to-finish solution that now allows for taller robotics equipment, which is projected to help reduce energy usage with a two-year positive return on investment.
The city of Stamford chose Graybar for a cost-effective, yet sustainable energy solution to replace the high-pressure, sodium-based streetlights of the city. The city of Stamford is expected to save more than $146,000 annually, thanks to GE’s Evolve™ LED Roadway Medium Cobrahead fixtures.
By analyzing and upgrading the lighting system in Newk's 4,000-square-foot Mountain Brook, Alabama restaurant, Graybar helped reduce their total wattage needs by 90 percent, saving the restaurant $3,851 per year in energy costs.
Graybar and Schneider Electric's goal was simple: to eliminate any noise or rotation issues at SkyCity restaurant while working with the Space Needle’s unique needs and time constraints for improvements. It was a high-profile project without any room for error.
Vending has been shown to reduce usage of products from 20-30%. By reducing product usage you lessen your impact on the environment with less packaging waste and less unused product. By using vending to manage shared tools and supplies you are promoting reuse of products. Not only does vending help reduce expense and improve materials management, but is also good for the environment.
The Silver Falls School District estimates the security system has generated substantial cost savings from reduced or deterred crime and, now plans to expand the IP network to other schools in the district.
To ensure 24-hour video surveillance of the 3,600-acre property at Motiva, Graybar procured eight Pelco ExSite cameras along with related fiber optic cabling. Although the facility is large in size, the solution enabled Motiva to save the time and money it would have spent employing a security staff to patrol the facility.
Graybar built its corporate headquarters in St. Louis in 1982, when the company relocated from New York City. In 2012, the Graybar evaluated the 30-year-old building to see where it could improve energy efficiencies to reduce both operating costs and the impact on the environment.