Salina City, Utah Investigates Proposal for LED Streetlights Replacement
Oct 18, 2011 Chris Hunter from Salina Journal reports that the Salina city commissioners on Monday agreed to continue to study a proposal by Johnson Controls and Philips Lighting to spend $910,478 to replace Salina downtown’s 347 decorative lights with LED lights.
It is said that under the proposal, the city would pay $300,000 up front and finance the remaining $610,478. It also estimates the city would see the financed portion paid back in 13 years through energy savings, which would increase as energy costs rise.
For full details please refer to the original article at: http://www.saljournal.com/news/story/Downtown-lights-10-17-11
Author: Alice Jones
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