Big Shine Energy Project Featured in the Times Record Newspaper

In News | January 5, 2018

In early October, Big Shine Energy added Maine Pines Racquet and Fitness Club in Brunswick, Maine to its ever-expanding family in energy conservation. Built purely as a tennis facility in 1974, it expanded to a full service tennis and fitness facility after being bought in 1998 by it’s current owner, Rob Manter.

This Big Shine Energy project was a special one, as the club owner had already put years of work into renovations and improvements for the renowned facility. It was important to him to not only see energy costs be reduced significantly, but to see the lighting improve magnificently. Thanks to Big Shine LED superior quality fixtures, that is exactly what Maine Pines Racquet and Fitness Club achieved. The impressive change was reported in the Times Record, a newspaper that reports local and state news for the historical cities of Bath and Brunswick in Maine.

Big Shine Energy is proud to serve the state of Maine by helping one of its most popular facilities to reduce its carbon footprint.

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