Enable lighting that creates more efficient, optimized facilities

Transform your lighting to enhance the ambiance and performance of your spaces overall. Between indoor environmental quality (IEQ) improvements and significant energy and utility savings, your operational goals become more fundable and achievable.

Elevate Your Lighting Infrastructure

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Reasons To Act

Illuminate a Brighter Future

Discover a win-win energy solution to drive value for your business and achieve your climate initiatives.

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Reduce energy costs and carbon emissions

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Improve occupant wellness, safety and productivity

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Modernize and prepare your building for a connected future

Benefits / Outcomes

What Are the Benefits of Updating Lighting and Lighting Control Systems?

Upgrading existing lighting fixtures balances efficiency and occupant outcomes:


Achieve greater energy efficiency


Increase light quality


Enhance architectural aesthetics


Improve IEQ (indoor environmental quality)


Enable greater building connectivity and future-ready building automation

Proof Points

How Lighting Impacts Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

High-quality lighting has a direct impact on multiple critical factors of the indoor environment that affect human wellness.

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Improved Student Performance

Dynamic lighting that’s adjusted based on student activity is correlated with higher alertness and test scores.1

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Boosted Patient Health and Comfort

Human-centric LED lighting is connected to improved well-being.2 For ADRD patients, it resulted in 24% longer sleep cycles.3

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Increased Employee Safety and Productivity

Enhanced lighting can increase productivity and work accuracy by as much as 18% and 12%,4 as well as lower the likelihood of slips and falls.


Why Choose Trane for Your Building’s Lighting Solutions?

Trane can meet your energy retrofit objectives safely and cost-effectively, using high-quality solutions that expand the possibilities of what lighting can do. Whether your goal is to improve your indoor environment, generate savings to fund other projects or enable greater control and connectivity, we can work with you to select a cost-effective, future-ready solution:

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Reimagine your infrastructure and aesthetics with high-quality, efficient lighting solutions

Implement stand-alone sensors, room-based control, network lighting systems and building integration to enable space management

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Monitor, measure and optimize building-wide lighting performance while lowering overall energy consumption


What Do Trane’s Lighting Solutions Look Like?

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Basic TLED Solution

Optimize light output and heat dissipation with a dimmable and “controls ready” solution

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Fluorescent Troffer Retrofit Kits

Get improved reliability and better thermal heat sinking

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Flat Panels & Architectural Luminaires

Distribute light and eliminate shadow areas

Customer Stories

Clarifying Misconceptions in Lighting and HVAC Integration

October 17, 2022

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"Next Generation Lighting Illuminates New Options, Simplifies HVAC Integration"

February 25, 2020

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Revolutionizing Efficiency: SCDOT Headquarters' Energy Transformation

September 30, 2022

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Contact Us for Expert Guidance

[1] Choi, Kyungah and Suk, Suk, “Dynamic lighting system for the learning environment: performance of elementary students,” Optics, Express, Vol. 24, Issue, 10, Copyright 2016 Optical Society of America,

[2] Joseph, A., PhD., 2006, Impact of Light on Outcomes in Healthcare Settings, Published by the Center for Healthcare Design.

[3] Smart, D., Aug. 29, 2016,

[4] Editorial Staff, Lighting Design, Jan. 5, 2018, Research Shows Lighting Supports Healthy Offices,