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LED Streetlights

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Alias(es)
Street lighting
Created 4/5/2018 by Dave Kresta
Updated 8/5/2020 by Administrator
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Description
LED lighting for roadways. 
Contributing Org
N/A
Market/Commercial Readiness
Level 5
Wide (commercially available in NW from 2+ mfrs, wide market demand)
Product Performance
Level 5
Confirmed (fully evaluable savings with established regional/national protocols)
Program Readiness
Level 5
Ready (performance at 5, formal logic model, large-scale pilots prove out program design)
Sector(s)
Commercial
Industrial
Energy System(s)
Lighting
Energy Subsystem(s)
Fixtures: Outdoor
Sensors and Controls
Building Type(s)
Commercial:Assembly
Commercial:Food Service
Commercial:Grocery
Residential:Multi-family
Commercial:Lodging
Commercial:Office
Commercial:Residential Care
Commercial:Retail
Commercial:Multifamily
Commercial:School
Commercial:Warehouse
Commercial:Other
Industrial:General
Cost and Savings
Unit Cost: N/A
Savings Type: ElectricSavingsOnly
Elec. Unit Savings: N/A
Gas Unit Savings: N/A
Unit: N/A
Benefits and Regional Potential
Non-Energy Benefits: N/A
Elec. Potential: 1000
Gas Potential: N/A
Explanation: N/A
EE or DR Benefit
Energy Efficiency Benefit
RTF Research Plan
N/A
RTF Sunset Date
N/A
Additional Information
Is this ET?
The U.S. Department of Energy expects this technology to also improve the quality of roadway lighting. Light distribution is superior to that of other technologies, allowing for lower light levels while still providing high visibility. However, roadway lighting must be effective in a broad range of locations, from low-traffic residential neighborhoods and rural roads to interstate freeway interchanges, each application with its own unique requirements for acceptable light levels and distribution patterns.
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