The City of Lynwood is converting non-LED streetlights to LED to reduce energy costs.
In the Southern California Edison’s LS-1 Program, the City partnered with SCE to replace High Pressure Sodium street lights with LED technology. Since streetlights are a high utility cost for the City, the conversion of streetlights to LED fixture will provide savings to the City in terms of energy costs.
“The City of Lynwood is investing in our infrastructure by repairing our roads and modernizing street lights to create and maintain a community that serves our residents and businesses, which reflects our mission,” said Mayor Jose Solache. “Thanks to the support of our residents we will be able to continue to make even more improvements in the months to come.” SCE started converting the streetlights fixture on October 31, 2018.
They will finish all the conversion by January 2019.