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STORY SUMMARY: As part of its commitment to environmental sustainability and
promoting green building practices in its more than 4,400 restaurants,
this Earth Day, Tim Hortons is announcing a new initiative to replace
all existing lighting fixtures in restaurants across Canada and the
United States with energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) lighting
from Philips. The conversion program will see 485 restaurants
outfitted with LED lighting in 2014 alone, translating to an estimated
6.4 million kilowatt hours (kWh) in energy savings.
Interview with John Macey, Manager, Sustainable Design, Tim Hortons
Interview with Michael Gentile, Vice President, Philips Lighting Canada
Broll, Michael Gentile
Interview with Tim Faveri, Director, Sustainability & Responsibility,
Broll, Tim Hortons restaurant
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