Murphy Energy Systems provides LED lighting and other energy-saving services in the built environment for commercial and industrial buildings, as well as schools and parking structurs and lots in the Greater Milwaukee Area, throughout Wisconsin, in the Midwest and nationwide.
LED lighting technology is transforming human activity and proving to be a smart investment for owners and managers of commercial, industrial and retail facilities.
Users of LED lighting benefit from cost savings, long product life, intelligent control, virtually no maintenance, and clean technology that supports sustainability initiatives.
Murphy Energy Systems has helped hundreds of companies in Wisconsin and elsewhere do just that – switch to energy-efficient LED lighting systems that cut energy consumption, improve system performance and -- by saving real money -- impact the bottom line.
We call it powered for efficiency™. It is a way of looking at the entire enterprise to identify systems that can be converted to LED to optimize energy efficiency and achieve significant savings. And it is a way of harnessing emerging technologies and strategies that can continue to shed energy demand now and for years to come.
The high cost of energy is transforming human activity. It is driving creative thinking, innovation, change, and energy efficiency. Let Murphy Energy Systems help you transform your energy use and enjoy a more sustainable bottom-line.
Call us at 414-810-0301 to learn how Murphy Energy System's services can reduce your energy costs.
Our energy audits scale from a single building system to the entire building footprint.
We analyze your energy consumption and prepare detailed reports that accurately quantify current energy use, projected energy use and savings, and the return on investment.
Today there are incentive programs and grants for nearly every energy efficiency measure imaginable. We identify the program or programs your project will
qualify for that offer the best total value and manage the application process on your behalf.
Congress has extended the Energy Policy Act's commercial buildings deduction through December 31, 2016. The extension of this act, also known as EPAct, gives building owners more time to implement efficiency measures and qualify for significant tax credits.