Seattle LED Streetlight Test Highlighted in New Video

In March, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and Seattle City Light conducted a study to demonstrate the effectiveness of solid-state lighting (SSL) using LEDs.

Test participants ride in a vehicle equipped to measure when they spot objects in the roadway.

In March, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) and Seattle City Light conducted a study to demonstrate the effectiveness of solid-state lighting (SSL) using LEDs.

Solid-state lighting products will let municipalities and utilities dim streetlights to lower levels, save significant energy and make streets safer for drivers and pedestrians. Solid-state lighting also enhances peripheral vision, depth of field and color representation.

In this new video, you can watch how NEEA and its utility partners collaborate to accelerate the adoption of this energy-efficient lighting technology in the region.

 
If your city or utility wants to learn more about solid-state lighting, visit NEEA’s website, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Municipal Solid State Street Lighting Consortium or the Solid-State Streetlight group on Conduit.