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The Triple Bottom Line and Why It is Important

What is the Triple Bottom Line (TBL)?

"Triple bottom line (or otherwise noted as TBL or 3BL) is an accounting framework with three parts: social, environmental (or ecological) and financial. Many organizations have adopted the TBL framework to evaluate their performance in a broader perspective to create greater business value.[1] The term was coined by John Elkington in 1994.[2]" -- source,

How does Lighting Partnership Gulf Coast help your organization with the Triple Bottom Line?

  1. Social -- The Team LPGC will work with you (and/or your Architect/Electrical Engineer/Electrical Contractor/Designer) to light your spaces in ways that are functional, effective, inviting and reflect your organization's style. We have lighting systems (controls and fixtures) that mimic the natural light cycle and do not confuse our natural circadian rhythm. This will allow your staff and visitors to be at their most productive because the lighting will work with them not against them.

  2. Environmental -- Lighting makes up to 36% of a building's electrical consumption. The Team at LPGC will work with you (and/or your Architect/Electrical Engineer/Electrical Contractor/Designer) to ensure that your lighting fixtures and lamps are the most energy efficient available. Our lighting control systems and fixtures will allow you to reduce your lighting energy footprint up to 50% versus flourscent lighting and 70% versus incandescent lighting.

  3. Financial -- By using lighting systems and fixtures that use electricity more efficiently your organization will save on electric power costs, LED lighting fixtures and lamps have a longer operational life cycle than do flourscent or incandescent systems thus saving on replacement costs and by using lighting systems and fixtures that mimic natural light and light cycles and maintain their lumen levels your staff will have less lighting related injuries and illnesses allowing your organization to operate at higher productivity levels.