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LED Area Lighting Designed for Electric Cooperatives

Save Energy and Maintenance Costs with LED Area Lighting

LED Area LightWhen your cooperative develops its plans for deploying a smarter grid, you should consider all of ways you can reduce energy consumption and streamline operations. Security area lighting uses a large amount of both energy and resources, and making the switch to an energy-efficient, long-lasting LED lighting solution is one way you can meet the goals of a smarter grid.

Available through PowerSecure’s subsidiary EnergyLite, the SecureLite™ LED area lighting solution reduces energy consumption substantially compared to traditional high-intensity discharge (HID) security lamps, and LED lamps last more than three times as long.

With SecureLite, you’ll get:

  • Less Energy Consumption: Compared to traditional high-pressure sodium (HPS) area lighting, you’ll reduce energy consumption by as much a 67 percent with SecureLite.
     
  • Reduced Maintenance Costs: SecureLite LED lighting lasts 12 to 15 years, compared to just three to four years with traditional HID lighting. This allows your work crews to focus on more important concerns than repairing burned out security lights.
     
  • Better Light: SecureLite provides high-quality, uniform light that enhances visibility, security and reduces light pollution with its Dark-Sky-compliant technology. SecureLite’s highly efficient design includes its breakthrough proprietary dusk-to-dawn control technology, which maximizes the light’s efficiency and reliability.
     
  • Environmentally Friendly Construction: Aside from saving energy, SecureLite LED area lighting is designed and manufactured in the U.S. to be free of mercury, lead and substances of very high concern (SVHCs). Plus, the lights are designed to minimize costly consequences of heat on LED chips, which is often overlooked in competing LED lighting designs.

For more information about EnergyLite’s SecureLite or NRTC’s other smart grid solutions, contact your NRTC regional business manager today.


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