CA Cities Switching to LED Lighting

Following the success of programs in LA and San Francisco, more cities in California are making the switch to LED lights to save on energy costs and provide more sustainable street lighting.
October 16, 2009, 7am PDT | Alek Miller
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"He [PG&E spokesperson Joseph Molica] hoped Bay Area cities would embrace the new technology as thoroughly as Los Angeles, where the city has committed to replace 140,000 existing street lamps with LEDs over the next five years, the largest conversion anywhere in the country. Molica added that ARRA stimulus funds had enabled smaller municipalities like Danville and El Cerrito to initiate trials and that the DOE grants are 'coming in almost daily.'"

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Published on Thursday, October 15, 2009 in SF Streetsblog
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