KateReifers June 22, 2012 @ 12:32 p.m.

I have had a chance to see the new lighting and it is quite impressive! I can't wait to take my little cousins in to see it!

It can be easy to walk through a building like the Museum of the Living Artist, and notice that the space is inviting and the astute would possibly attribute it to the quality and thoughtful lighting design by Absolutely Electric. Perhaps one might even be alerted to the fact that a lighting efficiency upgrade had occurred. Furthermore, even adults will find the color changing LED lighting pleasing and fun to look at.

But.....Positive reactions are always validating for a job well done, but reactions exist alone. On the other hand, direct hands-on interactions are what imprint memories. The children that get a chance to visit the MOTA will be the new ambassadors for efficiency, sustainability and community responsibility. And to think, all it took was local contractor and small business to put the power of controlling the colors in their little hands. From crayons to painting with LIGHT!!!!

Well done Absolutely Electric and kudos to BPCP for such a progressive approach to the facility upgrade that our City can enjoy for decades to come.


sustainbp May 17, 2012 @ 11:47 a.m.

EECBG funding well spent! Congrats to SDAI, Travis Nixon and the whole team at Absolutely Electric, City of San Diego, San Diego Gas & Electric and all our energy efficiency partners!


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