Lighting constitutes a higher proportion of energy overheads for warehouses than for other building structures. In fact, for unconditioned space that does not have HVAC, lighting is essentially the only electrical overhead. Recently, facility managers have been faced with several lighting challenges. Notably, the “Green Movement” has raised the issue of energy efficiency for all types of leased or owner operated space. Regardless of whether electricity is a direct expense or pass-through, tenants are seeking efficiency to comply with “Green” objectives as well as reducing costs. Although efficiency is the primary motivating factor, lighting quality should be an equally important consideration. Many new lighting technologies like light emitting diodes (LEDs) and higher efficiency fluorescents (T5 and T8) carry risks and drawbacks. Ultra-Tech™ Lighting has introduced a line of high efficiency magnetic induction fixtures (MIL) that provides higher quality lighting with a longer proven lifecycle. The results are greater efficiency, lower maintenance costs, higher human performance, and greater safety.