Thursday, March 24, 2011

City of Dallas Partners with Lumetech and - Expects 60% ReLighting Science Group to Go Green with Energy Efficient LED Lighting in its Parking Garages
Lumetech Group, a ... provider of commercial LED lighting solutions, and Lighting Science Group (OTCBB: LSCG), a ... American maker of LED lighting, announced on March 24, 2011 the conversion of five downtown parking garages to energy efficient LED lighting, positioning Dallas as the first major city in the United States to adopt this energy and cost saving technology.
Lighting Science Group’s long-lasting and ultra-efficient Flat LowBay LED fixtures were installed in garages at Dallas City Hall, Dallas Public Library, the Jack Evans Police Building, the freight terminal beneath Thanksgiving Square and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. It is estimated that the annual energy savings for the City of Dallas will be in excess of 1,700,000 kWh or a 60% reduction in annual energy use. In addition, as a result of the enhanced performance and reliability of the new lighting, the City of Dallas expects to reduce substantial cost of maintenance over the lifetime of the fixtures.
The announcement comes on the heels of Lumetech’s completion of Dallas County School’s parking lots that will result in an estimated annual energy savings of over 505,000 kWh per year and approximately $363,600 in electricity and maintenance over the lifetime of the fixtures.

Press Release dated March 24, 2011
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