PG&E Looks to Switch 60,000 Streetlights to LEDs Across Contra Costa County in 2016

On June 27, Pacific Gas and Electric Company kicked off the upgrade of 7,677 streetlights to LEDs in Clovis. The conversion is expected to save the city approximately US $48000 per year, reported the Fresno Bee.

Denny Boyles, PG&E spokesmen, said that the program will eventually switch 160,000 streetlights was launched in 2015 in Contra Costa County. The company replaced 25,000 lights across 20 communities in 2015. In 2016, PG&E plans to upgrade 60,000 lights in 70 communities. But what is worth noted is that the company replaces only PG&E-owned streetlamps.

The communities are given the option to whether they want to participate in the LED streetlight conversion.

 

 

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