Community tries to go green with LED streetlamps, but FPL makes it tough (FL)

It seems like a no-brainer: Save money, use less energy, get brighter lights to improve safety and help the environment all at the same time. That’s what a homeowners association near Boynton Beach wants to do by switching its inefficient old streetlamps to new LED lighting.  Turns out it’s not so easy.     Read the article………….


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