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Deseronto street lighting glows with a brighter hue

May 01, 2014

Roads in Deseronto, Ontario are looking brighter at night following the recent community-wide change to light emitting diode (LED) street lights. RealTerm Energy wrapped up the install of 225 street and road lights in late April, including replacing lights at the community centre parking lot and waterfront park on Main St. 

The new LEDs use 70 percent less electricity and cost up to 8o percent less in maintenance, plus they last approximately 20 years and reduce greenhouse gas emissions making them a smart, environmental choice.

Through the LAS/RealTerm program, municipalities receive a turn-key LED street lighting solution. Municipalities are able to mitigate some of the challenges of increasing energy and maintenance costs associated with aging infrastructure, while providing the full range of support to successfully convert to LED street lighting. All LED fixtures are supplied by CREE Canada. Find out about the project's completion in the Napanee Beaver (May 1 edition, pg. 3) or check out the article here.

Photo caption: Deseronto Mayor Norman Clark (centre) celebrates completion of the recent LED street lighting upgrade with RealTerm Energy's Michael Miller and LAS's Ian Scott.

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