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Energy efficient lighting helping businesses, cities and schools cut costs

Energy efficient lighting

The Pueblo Latino Chamber of Commerce in Colorado was awarded a rebate after it installed energy efficient interior and exterior lighting upgrades at its office. The chamber of commerce is saving about $98 a month in energy costs after it completing the lighting upgrade

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Streetlight upgrades help cities save money and energy

streetlight upgrades

New York City streetlight upgrades program is replacing all of the city’s 300,000 streetlights with light-emitting diodes. The project is expected to be completed by 2019, and will help the city decrease energy consumption by 35 percent, Energy Manager Today reported.

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New survey reveals 2013 lighting trends

lighting trends

The majority of lighting professionals expect more people to turn to energy efficient lighting solutions this year. Lighting manufacturer Precision Paragon recently conducted an Energy-Efficient Lighting Industry survey, which showed lighting trends that of the more than 4,000 energy efficiency professionals that participated

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Sacramento hotels save with LED lighting

Hotel LED Lighting

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) in California recently assisted two downtown hotels and the Sacramento Convention Center with energy efficient upgrades. According to the utility district, the Hotel LED lighting upgrades will help both businesses and residents in the area with minimal environmental impact.

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Michigan utility begins streetlight upgrade project

streetlight upgrade

DTE Energy, a utility based in Detroit, has started a project that involves retrofitting old streetlights in Michigan communities to make them more reliable and energy efficient. The $4 million capital investment program will retrofit 150 streetlights with energy efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

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The basics of LED lighting

The basics if LED lighting

Knowing the basics of how light-emitting diodes (LEDs) work can help business and builder owners decide if the energy efficient lighting option is the right solution for them. LEDs are a solid-state lighting technology (SSL), which means the light is emitted from a semiconductor – also known as a solid matter.

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Energy efficiency helps schools cut costs

The University of Louisville in Kentucky made several upgrades to the school’s campus lighting in an effort to reduce energy usage and costs. Nearly 170,000 energy efficient lights have been installed to help the school reduce energy consumption by 14 percent and save more than $915,000 in annual energy costs.

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LED streetlights help cities save money in Iowa and California

Santa Ana, California will begin a project to install more than 1,000 light-emitting diode (LED) streetlights. The city will install LED safety lights at 298 intersections to better light the roadway and crosswalk. Santa Ana will save an estimated $120,000 in energy costs each year thanks to the new streetlight installations.

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Analysis reveals businesses are saving with LED installations

LED Installations

Businesses and building owners can save money and energy costs by installing energy efficient lighting such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs).

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DOE continues to improve solid-state lighting technology

solid-state lighting

SSL lighting is unique in that it emits directed light compared to traditional light bulbs, has a compact profile, is breakage resistant, has an increased lifespan and is energy efficient. The U.S. Department of Energy’s research and development of solid-state lighting (SSL) dates back to 2003.

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