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2016/1/27 11:32:23
"Saignaw, a city located in Michigan, U.S. has started to replace 6,400 city streetlights with LEDs, which is estimated to cost the city $ 1.8 million, reported MLive. Crews have been installing the lights since Jan. 25, 2016, which is expected to be completed within four months. The new streetlights will save 68% in energy consumption than older high-pressure sodium streetlights that offer the same level of illumination. The city’s annual budget allocated to lighting amounted to US $650,000, and is expected to save about $440,000 per year in energy consumption following the transition. In late October the city government financed the cost of the project and invested another $3.4 million worth of vehicle and equipment purchases and building improvements by issuing bonds that totaled $5.2 million."
2016/2/18 10:34:20
Strategies in Light speaker PRAJIT GHOSH discusses the US carbon-emission reduction goals of the recently proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) and how efficient LED lighting is already contributing to meeting those goals.
2016/3/22 13:11:37
THE LED industrial lighting market will reach US$2.9 billion in 2016, with explosion-proof lamps becoming the focus of demand.
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