Although small in size, has had a three-year sales growth of 380%. Adding several full time careers, EDSS has expanded their diverse workforce of engineers, lighting designers, architects, grant writers and consultants significantly over the past two years, and has landed #820 overall and #24 in Energy on INC. Magazine’s list of the Fastest Growing 500|5000 Companies.
Recently nominated for Michigan’s 50 Companies to Watch, EDSS serves a broad-range of industries throughout the United States including academic institutions, arenas, restaurants, factories, retail stores and other large and small businesses alike. By working across markets, EDSS has the advantage of working throughout the United States to assist an array of commercial and residential building projects.
Whitmore Lake, June 28, 2016-EDSS is excited to announce that T-Mobile has been recognized as an award winner for the 2016 Interior Lighting Campaign, part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Program. T-Mobile is receiving the award for “Highest Absolute Annual Savings for Troffer Lighting Retrofits” for medium-sized projects. By retrofitting troffers with flat panel LEDs in a customer care center, T-Mobile reduced the facility’s energy consumption by over 50% and 65,480 kWh annually, equivalent to seven homes' electricity use for one year, while simultaneously improving the aesthetics and comfort of the space and reducing maintenance costs. EDSS was honored to assist T-Mobile in their efforts towards sustainability and efficiency in their business operations. ILC award winners were recognized yesterday, at the Building Owners and Managers Association International conference in Washington, D.C.
Whitmore Lake, April 11, 2016-EDSS is excited to announce the opening of a new office in Guangdong, China. The launch of EDSS’s China branch represents the culmination of the company’s year-long efforts to expand their market reach internationally and increase exports to China. EDSS welcomes their new sales representative John Zuo, who brings more than a decade of experience in sales, lighting products, and LED-based electronics to the EDSS team. With Mr. Zuo’s help, EDSS expects to participate in China’s increasing efforts to reduce pollution by improving efficiency. The Michigan company is also working to import lighting from its Chinese partners. EDSS provides Energy (Facility Energy Audits, Retro-Commissioning Studies, and Carbon Tracking) and Lighting (Design and Supply) programs for Chinese commercial-building owners. These programs help businesses adapt to the changing regulatory environment addressing climate change by making their operations more efficient while tracking and reducing their carbon footprints.