Cities in the Peninsula have started replacing traditional street lights with LEDs with funding from the California Energy Commission. Foster City will save an estimated $17,600 a year in energy costs and 74,000 pounds of greenhouse gases as it replaces 260 street lights. But not all towns like the LED look. The bluish florescence can be a bit off-putting, so PG&E is looking for lights with a warmer-tone. [San Francisco Examiner]
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That’s awesome to see that more and more cities or country in the world are replacing their traditionnal, polluting, incandescent lights by LED lights.