Town of Pepperell, Massachusetts

Town of Pepperell, Massachusetts

In 2021, the Town of Pepperell wanted to preserve its night sky and improve citizen safety while decreasing overall maintenance and energy costs associated with its network of streetlights. Our turnkey streetlight conversion, which included 2200k Dark-Sky compliant LED lights, resulted in reduced light pollution and increased roadway safety and comfort for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Village of Piermont, New York

Village of Piermont, New York

In 2019, the Village of Piermont wanted to significantly reduce its carbon footprint and increase overall safety associated with its network of streetlights. Our turnkey streetlight conversion, which included Dark-Sky compliant LED lights, resulted in reduced light pollution and increased roadway safety and comfort for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Town of Norton, Massachusetts

Town of Norton, Massachusetts

In 2019, the Town of Norton wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs, and the environmental impact of its streetlights. RealTerm’s Energy’s turnkey solution included  luminaires that yielded the best balance of energy savings, cost efficiency and longterm performance.

City of Peterborough, Ontario

City of Peterborough, Ontario

In 2017, the City of Peterborough wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs, and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. The City realized that once the LED streetlights were installed, they could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Additionally, the City explored the opportunity to deploy smart controllers at the same time as the upgrade, which would give them adaptable lighting levels, additional energy savings through city-determined dimming profiles, plus real-time asset management capabilities that would reduce on-going maintenance costs.

Town of Auburn, Massachusetts

Town of Auburn, Massachusetts

In 2019, the Town of Auburn wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs, and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. Once installed, the Town realized that LED streetlights could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Village of Newark, New York

Village of Newark, New York

In 2018, the Village of Newark, New York wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs, and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. Once installed, the Village realized that LED streetlights could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Town of York, Maine

Town of York, Maine

In 2019, the Town of York wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs, and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. Once installed, the Town realized that LED streetlights could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Town of West Springfield, MA

Town of West Springfield, MA

Verizon and RealTerm Energy partner to deliver intelligent LED lighting that reduces energy use, cuts costs and addresses safety concerns.

Back when West Springfield, Massachusetts was settled in 1635, its citizens fought the long, dark New England winters with tallow candles and whale oil lamps. Next came gas streetlights followed by electric streetlights with incandescent bulbs. Now the historic town is lit by more than 2,000 LED lights with intelligent lighting controls. The lights are bright, energy efficient, controlled centrally—and they save money.

Better, smarter lighting and big savings? It’s a winning combination for West Springfield—and many other forward-thinking municipalities.

City of Pickering, Ontario

City of Pickering, Ontario

In 2016, the Municipality of Pickering, Ontario wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. Once installed, the City realized that LED streetlights could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

City of Oshawa, Ontario

City of Oshawa, Ontario

In 2016, the City of Oshawa determined that it was prepared to undergo an upgrade of its streetlight system to energy-efficient, light-emitting diode (LED) streetlights that would significantly reduce energy and maintenance costs, and provide a smarter, environmentally- friendly lighting system. The City also recognized that this would be an ideal project in which to collaborate with its utility, Oshawa Power and Utilities Corporation (OPUC), to assist in the implementation.

City of Brampton, Ontario

City of Brampton, Ontario

In 2017, the Municipality of Brampton, Ontario wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs and the environmental impact associated with its extensive network of streetlights. By converting to light-emitting diode (LED) streetlights, the City realized that it could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings but also improve its overall lighting quality and roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.

Township of Chatsworth, Ontario

Township of Chatsworth, Ontario

Like many communities, The Township of Chatsworth was searching for energy-efficient infrastructure solutions that provided cost savings and improved its environmental footprint. Chatsworth’s aging infrastructure and high maintenance costs were also factors in choosing to upgrade its streetlight system.

City of Barrie, Ontario

City of Barrie, Ontario

In 2014, the Municipality of Barrie wanted to significantly reduce its energy consumption, maintenance costs and the environmental impact associated with its network of streetlights. By installing LED streetlights, the City realized that it could not only achieve substantial energy and cost savings, but also improve its overall lighting quality and thus its roadway safety for both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.