REAP Completes LED Lighting Contract in California

The LED lighting featured directional control designed and manufactured by RBNW subsidiary, LED Lites USA, which eliminates scattered glare, providing outdoor areas with pleasing light while making the areas safer for residents.

17.90 Crore LED bulbs

LED lighting solutions provider, Renewable Energy and Power (REAP) has completed its energy efficient LED lighting contract in Stargell Commons in Alameda, California.

The LED lighting featured directional control designed and manufactured by RBNW subsidiary, LED Lites USA, which eliminates scattered glare, providing outdoor areas with pleasing light while making the areas safer for residents.

This, in addition to the lower energy consumption and reduced maintenance, will significantly reduce long-term costs.

The thirty-two affordable housing apartments are on land deeded to the city of Alameda by master developer, Catellus, as part of its redevelopment of 218 acres within the former Alameda Naval Air Station.

In all, more than 20 percent of the project’s 890 units will be affordable.

Further, all the thirty-two units are available to families who earn 30 to 60 percent of the Area Median Income. Alameda’s Housing Authority provided USD 2 million toward the project.

Commenting on the development, CEO, Don MacIntyre said, “It’s gratifying be part of this revitalization project in the City of Alameda, a key Bay area location.”

“This was a project where we were able to provide added value with our smart design,” Don added.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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