LED Streetlights Will Pay for Themselves, Reduce City’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions

LED Streetlights Will Pay for Themselves, Reduce City's Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The City of Berkeley will be looking brighter, and lighter some carbon emission pounds, come January. The plan is to replace the old, yellow-hued sodium streetlights with bright, energy efficient LED lights. The 8,000 streetlights add up to a lot of energy used by the city, and cost savings on the energy bill are expected… Read more »

Free Holiday Light Swap this Sunday, 11/18/12

Free Holiday Light Swap this Sunday, 11/18/12

If your Thanksgiving week plans include hanging holiday string lights around the house, we encourage you to swap your old string lights for new energy-efficient LED string lights for free this Sunday. This swap is open to Alameda and Contra Costa County residents, and you must bring a copy of your PG&E bill to participate.… Read more »