Energy Efficiency - March 5, 2020
Newark, N.Y., completes 1,367 LED streetlight retrofit
The city of Newark, N.Y., expects to see $2,551,678 in energy cost savings and reduce energy use by 75% annually through the installation of LED streetlights, a project that was completed this week.
The city, located in Wayne County, teamed up with RealTerm Energy removing existing fixtures and installing 1,367 LED streetlights around the town. The city also expects to reduce overall operational costs by 65% in the first year.
“We are most excited about this LED streetlight conversion project with RealTerm Energy,” Mayor Jonathan Taylor said in a statement. “It is going to result in saving significant funds that we can reinvest in other municipal services that will greatly benefit the residents of Newark.”
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