Hudson Valley Lighting Facility Awarded LEED Silver Designation

Hudson Valley Lighting Facility Awarded LEED Silver Designation

WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY – Hudson Valley Lighting Group’s facility in Wappingers Falls, New York, has been awarded with the LEED Silver designation for energy efficiency.

The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a widely-used green building rating system that provides an outline for energy efficient, cost-effective, and healthy building spaces. LEED certification is a world-wide recognized symbol of sustainability achievement.

“We are honored to be receiving this designation,” says David Littman, Founder and CEO of Hudson Valley Lighting Group. “This company’s roots are in the Hudson River Valley; it was important to us to build a facility that helped maintain the natural beauty of this area.”

As a Silver-designated building, the Hudson Valley Lighting facility has earned LEED points across several categories, including: water efficiency, materials and resources, indoor environmental quality, energy and atmosphere, location and transportation, sustainable sites, and innovation.

Hudson Valley Lighting Group is comprised of four industry-recognized brands: Hudson Valley Lighting, Mitzi, Troy Lighting, and Corbett Lighting. Each brand is united by common principles: the pursuit of excellence, a design-driven culture, attention to ever-changing environmental considerations and a commitment to the highest possible quality.

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