Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Vermont Has One More City Leading the LED Charge

Red, yellow and green (unlit) LEDs used in a t...Image via WikipediaWe all know LED Lights are great, and most of us are trying to incorporate LED's into our daily lives. Waterbury, VT is taking that initiative one step further and actually replacing all the Street Lights into LED Street Lights. This major step is not cheap. It is costing the city about $500k to make the change, but they are looking towards the future, in terms of electrical costs, replacement and repairs, and not just the initial investment.

We should soon start to see more and more cities jumping on this eco-friendly train which will not only stimulate our economy, but also provide a new era of eco-friendly operations across the US.

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Vermont Town Turns to LED Lights

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