US Mayors Say LED Lighting Top Priority for Their Cities

US mayors rank energy efficient LED lighting as the most promising technology for city managers to reduce their energy use and carbon emissions over the coming two years, according to a survey held at the United States Conference of Mayors

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Philips White Paper: A (B)Right Choice for Cities

Nowadays many of the people who live in cities and smaller towns see it as only natural for urban areas to be lit up, yet few of them are familiar with the history of urban lighting. The first time candle-lit

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Cities Make Headway in Reducing Energy Use

Charlotte, N.C., is one example of a city that’s found a way to both reduce energy use and measure the impact. The city recently implemented a public-private partnership between Verizon, Duke Energy and business and civic leaders of Charlotte called

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How LEDs Are Going To Change The Way We Look At Cities

Ed Ebrahimian loves to stare out the plane window on night flights home to Los Angeles. Next time you fly into L.A. late, take a good look and see why. Five years ago a bright orange blanket of light used

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Orlando Is One of 10 Cities Picked for $9 Million Energy Project

Orlando Is One of 10 Cities Picked for $9 Million Energy Project – The City Energy Project will pay for a building-efficiency expert to work full time in each of the cities and to finance additional expertise as each city

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How LED Streetlights Will Change Cinema (And Make Cities Look Awesome)

How LED Streetlights Will Change Cinema (And Make Cities Look Awesome) – The decision by the city of Los Angeles last year to replace its HPS streetlights—known for their distinctive yellow hue—with new, blue-tinted LEDs might have a profound effect

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