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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Corporate Communications Manager
Email: [email protected]
Mobile: (473) 409-1152
Serving the Nation
5 May 2015
LED Street Lighting Pilot Project Demonstration
at Camerhogne Park in Grand Anse
Advanced technology reduces energy costs, improves light quality,
and increases public safety.
Promoting awareness of a pilot project to test LED street lighting.
A lighting demonstration conducted by Grenlec will compare the differences between
the existing conventional lighting (high pressure sodium) and three models of the new
LED luminaire technology. A public survey will be conducted during the demonstration
to gain customer perceptions and preferences when comparing the new LED street
Camerhogne Park, Grand Anse at main entrance to the Grand Anse Beach.
Friday, 8 May 2015, at 6:30 pm.
Grenlec continues to support Government’s drive to increase energy efficiency throughout
Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. In exploring options for converting existing street
lights to advanced LED technology that is proven to be brighter, longer-lasting, and more
energy-efficient by up to 50%. This lighting technology will reduce energy costs, improve light
quality and increase public safety.
Prudence Greenidge, Corporate Communications Manager, Grenada Electricity Services Ltd.
(GRENLEC), at 473-440 2097 ext. 314, E-mail: [email protected]