The Downtown Shreveport Development Authority is announcing a $217,000 grant to replace city lights with LED lights. According to Liz Swaine with the Downtown Development Authority, Louisiana’s Public Service Commission awarded the grant. Downtown Shreveport has more than 775 lights. The current lamps are not energy efficient and with the new LED lights, the city will save $90,000 in utility bills.
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Click here to read the full article and learn more, posted on November 13, 2020 on KSLA 12 News.
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