Massachusetts, Barnstable Fire District Tests LED Street Lights

The Barnstable Fire District was offered an opportunity to reduce its annual lighting costs from $12,000 to $8,000 through replacement of current sodium vapor light bulbs in street lighting to LED lights. The opportunity was presented by their electric supplier, Republic Electric through the Cape Light Compact.

In order to realize the savings, the district would have to replace the current lights in all 136 street lights that the district currently owns. To allow residents an opportunity to see what these tests would look like, lights were installed on a test basis in the county parking lot and in eight locations along Hyannis Road from the Water Department north to 6A.

A decision will be made shortly after the Annual meeting May 8. The test lights will be removed shortly after if the committee decides not to accept the new lights.

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