City of Bryan Installs New LED Streetlights | - LED News, LED

The city of Bryan has planned to install two LED luminaries from , to replace its 150-watt high-pressure sodium(HPS) led lighting fixtures for more energy-efficient street lighting. Installing Cooper's Streetworks™ OVH LED Cobraheads (80W) and CLB Generation LED Decorative Post Top Luminaires (70W), officials are achieving an actual energy savings of 30 to 35 percent, and meeting the city's sustainability goals that Expected to see a savings of 25 to 30 percent.

Bryan Municipal Utilities applied for and was awarded a $540,000 matching grant through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to install approximately 1,400 energy-efficient streetlights. After a complete evaluation, Bryan officials made the selection to install 329 Cooper Lighting luminaires in their street

Hollin's patent pending modular led lighting technology delivers uniform illumination to walkways, parking lots, and roadways, and offers energy savings from 30-75% over standard H.I.D. sources found in most of these applications today. In addition, the Generation Series can reduce energy consumption by as much as 75 percent.

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