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Parking Lot LED Lighting Assessment

Project Number ET09SDGE0012 Organization SDG&E End-use Lighting Sector Public Project Year(s) 2009 - 2010

Project Summary

In response to an overwhelming interest in innovations in LED lighting technology for the outdoor area lighting applications, San Diego Gas & Electric’s Emerging Technologies Program conducted this assessment with the following objectives:
1) Identify potential LED solution for outdoor area lighting, specifically for parking lots
2) Assess LED lighting technologies, validating manufacturer’s claims regarding energy savings, light levels and light characteristics

During early 2009, Resource Conservation District, located in Lakeside, California began considering options for their outdoor area lighting needs. The build out of their new office space allowed for the opportunity to include new parking lot lighting. In lieu of replacing dysfunctional poles and fixtures with traditional metal halide fixtures, LEDs were the light source of choice. The construction was completed in July 2009.



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