Setting Priorities for Improving Boston City Street LightPublic
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Boston spends 18 million dollars each year to operate and maintain 67,484 street lights. This - project analyzed cost saving methods and technologies for the City of Boston to increase energy efficiency, decrease light pollution and maintenance cost. Researching lamp technology and a light level GIS map, created through fieldwork and surveying generated our findings. A rollout plan was created suggesting implementation of cut-offs on high wattage cobra head fixtures, saving a percentage of money to later purchase efficient green technologies.
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