DOE msslc to Hold Annual Meeting in September

United States Department of Energy (DOE) announced that its municipal solid state lamps alliance (msslc) intends to hold annual meeting on September 11 in phoenix.

The meeting will be available for alliance members, including government and utility workers, staff working for street project, lighting designers and consultants, as well as financial and budgetary professionals, such as energy services companies.

Attendees will learn LED streetlight project committed by the American city from this meeting. Speeches will include information on funding options, especially in the current climate conditions, most of the funds are used through the American Recovery and Reinvestment.

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