Amount of SEP funds leveraged
LED streetlights purchased
17 kWh and $82
In monthly energy savings
In Nevada, the State Energy Office used $25,000 in SEP funds to leverage a total of $43,336 for Lincoln County Power District (LCPD), which provides electric power in east-central Nevada, to purchase 92 LED lights to replace the existing streetlights in the towns of Alamo and Panaca. The new LED streetlights use 52 percent less energy than the old streetlights, while providing the same lighting output. According to research conducted by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, LED lights have much longer life-spans and can be maintenance free for 10 years or longer.
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