The Gazette Newspaper – NY

The Daily Gazette – formerly known as the Schenectady Gazette has been adapted and transformed according to the industry changes. As a private, family-owned company, The Daily Gazette has been delivering news to Schenectady, Saratoga, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie and Albany counties for over 120 years. A reliable news source needs reliable lighting to continue non-stop production. After replacing 40 metal halides at 458W with Big Shine LED Satellite HD’s at 150W, the newspaper house is now shining at 120 lumens per watt. Conserving over 90,000 kW per year, the Daily Gazette’s impact on our environment will be equivalent to removing 13 cars off the road, planting 59.9 acres of trees and removing 139,442 pounds of CO2 emissions from our planet.

The Daily Gazette owner Henry Lind and his wife receive a green certificate from Big Shine Energy, recognizing their participation in the campaign to approach zero carbon emissions.

The Daily Gazette owner Henry Lind and his wife receive a green certificate from Big Shine Energy, recognizing their participation in the campaign to approach zero carbon emissions.

Environmental Impact

90,000

kW/h SAVED

69.7

TONS OF CO2 EMISSIONS REMOVED

13

CARS REMOVED FROM THE ROAD

69.9

ACRES OF U.S. FORESTS PLANTED