Phoenix Sees the Light: City Begins Replacing All Street Lights With LED Bulbs

Phoenix Sees the Light: City Begins Replacing All Street Lights With LED Bulbs

Phoenix has officially begun its city-wide initiative to replace all 90,000 street lights — plus lighting at its park facilities — with LED bulbs. According to 12news.com, by replacing all existing street lights with LED bulbs, the city expects to achieve a total net savings of … Read more…

Alabama School District to Generate More Than $6M in Energy, Operational Savings

Alabama School District to Generate More Than $6M in Energy, Operational Savings

Monroe County School System in Monroeville, Alabama, is taking on a modernization project that is expected to generate $6.2 million in energy and operational savings, reducing the district’s annual utility budget by 32%. The project focuses on LED lighting upgrades, the installation of a district-wide … Read more…

Facilities in Georgia County to Save More Than $13 Million in Energy and Operating Costs

Facilities in Georgia County to Save More Than $13 Million in Energy and Operating Costs

Fifteen facilities throughout Newton County, Georgia are looking to save more than $13.7 million in energy and operating costs over 15 years with efficient upgrades. County official have partnered with ABM Industries Inc. to implement various energy-efficient infrastructure upgrades to buildings, such as rejuvenated HVAC … Read more…

Massive Marketing Sign in Trenton Undergoes $600K LED Transformation for 20% More Efficiency

Massive Marketing Sign in Trenton Undergoes $600K LED Transformation for 20% More Efficiency

It’s not often we hear of marketing programs that benefit financially from smart energy management moves, but an iconic marketing sign on a toll bridge between Trenton, NJ, and Morrisville, PA, is being upgraded to a new color-changing and energy-efficient LED lighting system under a contract approved … Read more…

Duluth Intends to Oust ‘King Coal’

Duluth Intends to Oust ‘King Coal’

Mayor Emily Larson (DFL) and a cluster of Duluth, Minnesota, city officials announced a new $21 million energy initiative – geared to reduce coal consumption by 40 percent – at an April 12 press conference, while standing symbolically in an empty coal bin at the city’s steam plant.

Solar Facility to Save Massachusetts City $2.6M Over 20 Years

Solar Facility to Save Massachusetts City $2.6M Over 20 Years

Pittsfield, Massachusetts – the largest city and county seat of Berkshire County – flipped the switch on March 24 on a municipal solar power generation facility, a 2.91-MW ground-mounted array installed at a former landfill site.

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