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The retrofit includes new motion detection sensor technology which turns up the lights when there is motion in the garage and keeps them turned down when no motion is detected. The sensors also help with security in reducing loitering time. The retrofits project to save the city $375,000 annually in maintenance and energy costs.
“By continuing to expand the benefits of LED lighting across our streets, highways, and parks and neighborhoods, Birmingham is leading the way, not only to real energy and cost savings, but improving the quality of life provided to our residents and local businesses,” says Mayor William Bell. “The economic, cultural, and social impact of this project is just the start of Birmingham’s opportunity to reach its full potential as a best-in-class city.”
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