A&K Energy Conservation sets the standard for excellence in lighting solutions, services, and energy management. Through our team of valued employees we are committed to earning the TRUST of our family of customers by focusing on total customer satisfaction.

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A&K Energy Conservation is a self-performing company offering a wide range of customized lighting solutions and energy management services, including energy audits, lighting retrofits, rebate processing, and more. We provide our customers with quantitative and qualitative data, allowing the value of our services to be easily measurable. With a focus on safety and reliability, A&K will save you money while helping you reduce your carbon footprint.

WHO WE ARE


With 50 years of experience in energy-saving lighting technology, A&K Energy Conservation sets the standard for excellence in lighting solutions and energy management. More than 12,000 clients nationwide have trusted A&K, and we’ve continued to grow over the last five decades because of our commitment to earning that trust through superior customer service.

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Lighting is a powerful and dynamic niche. Please visit our blog regularly to keep up with the ever changing world of Lighting!


Sep 23, 2016

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GE’s LineFit Light LEDs Transform Visual Appeal with up to 76 Percent Energy Savings

EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio — April 23, 2014 — (NYSE:GE) — As a key visual touchpoint for consumers, bright and evenly illuminated outdoor signage is crucial to the brand image of countless businesses and stores. Read more

Jun 10, 2016

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The Best LED Light Bulbs for Vivid, Rich Colors

Finding a light bulb that casts a crisp, flattering glow can be complicated these days. The most advanced bulbs on the market—known as LED models—are kind of like the Tesla Roadster of the lighting world: eco-friendly, high-performance and loaded with dizzying options. Read more

Jun 9, 2016

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How LED Streetlights Will Change Cinema (And Make Cities Look Awesome)

The decision by the city of Los Angeles last year to replace its high-pressure sodium streetlights—known for their distinctive yellow hue—with new, blue-tinted LEDs might have a profound effect on at least one local industry. Read more