Advancements in technology continue to develop and change the world and our lives. From smart phones, flat screen television sets, world wide web, and other things we do, we are experience change on a daily basis.

As a testament to this trend, many cities around the world are beginning to replace old yellow incandescent arc lamps, high pressure sodium (HPS) vapor or high-intensity discharge (HID) street lamps with with light-emitting diode (LED) lamps.

Aside from all the money being saved, what does it really mean for governments to switch to LED street lamp? LEDs have the potential to be brighter and improve road safety. In comparison to the old yellow halogen street lamps, the light-emitting diode (LED) bulbs create brighter and crisper illumination by focusing the light onto the road and not the surroundings. On top of that, LEDs are currently the most efficient way (both in terms of power consumed and heat emitted) of generating light.

See more Applications to choose.

See cost comparison on a typical Office building Retrofit.

Local Government Initiatives

Minneapolis, MNSustainability Initiative

Hennepin County, MNCool County Initiative

Boston, MA - LED Retrofit  or  Clean Energy

Boulder, COClimate Action Plan

Seattle, WAClimate Action Plan

Cambridge, MAClimate Protection Initiatives

Santa Monica, CASustainable Santa Monica

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