Camas, WA Begins Replacing Its Streetlights with LEDs - Energy Watch News

Camas, WA Begins Replacing Its Streetlights with LEDs

The $3 million project will replace about 2,000 “cobra head” streetlights and about 1,100 “acorn” lights — the more decorative ones. The cobra head lights are expected to be fully in place by mid-March, and the acorn lights, which are in more residential areas, will start switching over in late March or early April and continue through late spring or early summer. The LED replacement part of the project will cost $2.3 million, with $500,000 awarded to the city from the Washington State Department of Commerce’s Energy Efficiency Grant Program. The rest of the money for the project will come from the city’s general obligation bond. 2/24 The Columbian

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