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In today's market, energy cost savings are probably the number one reason for business owners and facilitymanagers to consider upgrading from inefficient HID type lighting. High intensity discharge fixtures were thefixtures of choice for more than 30 years and still continue to be installed in new construction because architects, specifiers, and end users have either not been aware of the long term costs associated with metal halide fixturesor are only focusing on the initial fixture costs.  So why hav sssss whic The return on investmentThe "return on investment" should justify purchasing INDUCTION lighting technology, let alone the carbon footprint left by HID lighting. Any thoughts?