LED lighting from www.ledtronics.com improves sustainability, reduces light
Torrance, Calif., January 16, 2014 – Today, the LED lighting
experts at LEDtronics®, Inc., www.LEDtronics.com, announced that their
LED Cobraheads Streetlight Fixtures helped NRG reduce energy consumption by
over 72% and decrease
light pollution in the local area.
LED Lights Reduce Energy Consumption by over 72%.
When the NRG power plant in El Segundo, Calif., was redesigned, two towers
were demolished which caused extensive light from the plant to bother local
In an effort to get rid of this light pollution and update old, lighting fixtures
at the same time, NRG turned to LEDtronics, Inc. for assistance.
“We faced an unexpected challenge when a large amount of new light was
pouring into the homes of local residents after our demolition process,” states
Jason Luehsenhop, Morrow-Meadows Corporation Senior Project Manager for the
NRG LED lighting updates. “LEDtronics supplied us with street lights
that reduced the light pollution immediately. In addition, we reduced energy
consumption when our old lights that consumed 300 watts were replaced with
these energy-efficient LEDs using only 82 watts.”
LED streetlights eliminate the unwanted glare, light trespass, energy waste,
and sky glow that accompany traditional, incandescent street lamps.
“An estimated 30% of outdoor light generated in the U.S. goes into space,
flooding the skies and creating electric haze that reduces stargazing,” states
Mark Jarel, LEDtronics’ Street and Outdoor Lighting Produces Sales Manager. “LED
streetlights shine light in the direction where it is needed, at ground level,
reducing the amount of light that is lost to the sky and improving overall
nighttime viewing, making them dark sky friendly.”
With this in mind, LEDtronics, the pioneers of solid-state, LED lighting design
and manufacturing in the United States, provided NRG with eco-friendly, RoHS
LED Street Lights (Cobrahead, Full Cutoff), Style M400 part number SLL002P-72X2W-XPW-004 fixtures and LED Modular Streetlights (three-module, Full Cutoff), high IP-rated, SLM003 Series part number SLM003-095W-XPW-101A3 fixtures.
With low power usage of only 82 watts (cobrahead) and 95 watts (modular), these solid-state LED lights:
pure, white light with low ultraviolet emissions that do not attract
- Offer a long life span with white LED lumen maintenance greater
than 70% at 50,000 hours of operation (rated average life based on engineering
and probability analysis); and
- Turn on instantly, have solid, die-cast aluminum construction (SLL002P) or marine-grade-finished aluminum alloy (SLM003),
are high-shock and vibration resistant, and more.
Over 58 LED Cobrahead Street light fixtures and LED Modular Street light fixtures were installed on the perimeter
of the NRG facility, and more will be added as the ongoing redesign continues,” states
Jarel. “By updating their old street lights with Long Life, Energy Saving
LED Street Lights, we are helping NRG significantly reduce energy consumption,
maintenance costs and light pollution while increasing sustainability and providing
a safe and attractive facility for workers and the local community.”
To learn more about LEDtronics’ LED lighting products, visit www.LEDtronics.com.
About LEDtronics, Inc.
The pioneer of LED lights and lighting products for
all major industries, Pervaiz Lodhie, founded LEDtronics, Inc. in 1983 with
his wife, Almas. For the past
30 years in Torrance, CA, LEDtronics, Inc. has been the leader in designing
and manufacturing environmentally-friendly, low-power usage, long-life LED
bulbs and LED lamps to replace incandescent bulbs. The company is a certified
GSA and Minority-Owned Small Business and has grown into one of the world’s
leading suppliers of innovative LED lights, lamps, clusters, and arrays.
LEDtronics now employs over 300 people with sales representatives worldwide
and prides itself on delivering LED lighting solutions and products of consistently
high quality to exceed customer expectations. For more information, call
us at (800) 579-4875 or visit LEDtronics.com.