Holland, MI: Smart Lights for Parks
Holland, MI is installing Limelight’s TwistHDM wireless lighting control system to manage the LEDs in the city’s seven parks.
The move is seen as helping Holland become a smart city. The TwistHDM system features occupancy sensors that will dim lights in the parks when they are vacant or when the sun is shining. The system also produces real time updates in the case of outages and can easily be customized for special events. The company says that the system is expected to reduce energy consumption by as much as 70 percent. Limelight is a local area company, according to the press release.
Micandy Gardens, a greenhouse operation in Hudsonville, MI, has taken significant steps to become energy efficient.
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