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LED lighting is the next big investment

LED lighting

Energy-efficient lighting solutions, specifically light-emitting diodes (LEDs), is the next major market to experience significant growth, according to a recent report by CleanTechnia. The LED industry will open new markets, encourage new business models and increase product capabilities.

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Colorado Springs installs LED streetlights

Colorado Springs, Colo., is moving forward with its second installation of LED streetlights. The city previously replaced 370 high-pressure sodium and mercury vapor cobra head streetlights with solid-state fixtures and saved 50 percent on energy costs. The next installation will include 95 LEDs in Colorado Springs’ downtown area.

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Energy Savings Through LeafNut Wireless Lighting Control System

LeafNut™ system is an advance intelligent wireless control system for are and street lighting. With the ultimate kit of energy efficient pulse start ballasts and Uni-Form™ lamps plus the power of LeafNut system, you can drastically reduce your energy consumption expenses while improving with bright, white site lighting.

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Case Study: Venture Lighting at Idaho State

At Idaho State University’s main campus, located in Pocatello, Idaho, the scenic surroundings called for a sustainable lighting solution; replacing the outdated high pressure sodium system was a priority to increase campus safety and decrease energy consumption and maintenance costs.

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Another California city wants to install LED streetlights

led streetlights

In an effort to increase energy efficiency, the city of Napa, Calif., wants to deploy a new, large-scale installation of light-emitting diode (LED) streetlights. New Streetlights reported on the project and said the city previously installed approximately 300 LED streetlights through a pilot program, and it’s success to save on energy and costs, is encouraging Napa city officials to approve a complete overhaul of its streetlights.

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Kansas, Michigan cities install LED streetlights

LED streetlights

The city of St. Clair, Michigan will continue to brighten its streets with additional LED streetlights, according to C and G News. Many mercury vapor streetlights in the city’s northern neighborhoods were replaced with LEDs in 2012 after the city received funding from an Energy Optimization Rebate and partnership with DTE Energy.

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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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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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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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