LEC - News - Information - Resources

This section will help keep you updated on what is happening in the LEC world. Below you will find a wide variety of types of information related to Light-Efficient Communities, including links to news items, local-interest articles, etc.

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Photo:  Out with the old...

A workman is in the process of removing the old cobra head luminaire. Replacing it with a 43 watt LED luminaire will save approximately 70% of the power currently used by this HPS luminaire and the ballast (150 watts). This savings amounts to approximately 468,000 watts per year per luminaire!

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The following companies have been listed by the City of Edmonton as meeting LED lighting specifications with their streetlighting products.

LED Roadway Lighting

115 Chain Lake Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia,

Canada     B3S 1B3

Tel.: 902-450-2222     Fax.: 902-450-0675


Alberta Representative:

Mitchell S. Brown
Transportation Lighting Solutions,

16618-91 Avenue, Edmonton, AB Canada T5R5A4
C: (780)904-6835        thepoleguy@gmail.com


Lumec

640 Cure Boivin Boul,
Boisbriand QC, J7G 2A7

Tel: 450-430-7040

Fax: 450-430-1453

Alberta Representative:

Colin Wright

Tel.: 780-454-0156

E-Mail: cwright@focusltg.com


CREE Canada

6889 Rexwood Rd., Unit 3
Mississauga, ON L4V 1R2 Canada

Phone: (800) 473-1234
Fax: (800) 890-7507


Alberta Representative:

Collin Jaques

Tel.: 587-337-3349

E-Mail: collinj@amagency.com


Use the purple buttons to the left to link to the web sites of the companies indicated. Here you will find descriptions and photos of their products as well as the specifications. Please note that LEC's should be using full cut-off, low colour temperature LED lights (<3,000 K) that have IDA approval.

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