Date Announced: 18 Jan 2013 LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. (LRL) is pleased to announce a major LED street lighting award in the City of Sudbury, Ontario. Located approximately 440 km (273 miles) north of Toronto, Sudbury is the largest city in northern Ontario, with a population of more than 180,000.The award comes on the heels of the City of Greater Sudbury Council approving a project to convert 1,315 High Pressure Sodium (HPS) fixtures to LED in order to take advantage of Greater Sudbury Hydro's Street Light Conversion Incentive Program approved by the Ontario Energy Board. Greater Sudbury Hydro Plus Inc (GSHPI), on behalf of the City of Greater Sudbury, conducted a tendering process which included commercial and technical evaluation components. The tender was awarded to Guillevin International, who will supply the LRL Satellite™ Series LED street light fixtures to GSHPI. The current award calls for the supply of approximately 1,700 fixtures between now and July of 2013. GSHPI had previously installed approximately 500 LRL fixtures in various locations throughout the city.The City of Greater Sudbury will study this sampling strategy closely with the notion of anticipation to convert all existing high pressure sodium street lights in the city to LED technology over a ten year period. With more than 14,000 street lights in the city, energy savings of 61% will be achieved (or about 154,458 kWh per year). In addition to the energy and maintenance savings that will result, a complete conversion to LED will provide greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of approximately 1,552 tons per year.About LED Roadway Lighting Ltd.LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. (LRL) is a leading designer and manufacturer of LED (light-emitting diode) based street and area lighting fixtures and control systems. LRL is headquartered in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, with a state of the art manufacturing facility in Amherst. LRL also has manufacturing capabilities in the US (North Carolina) and the UK (Wales). LRL offers a complete range of LED based street and area lighting fixtures that meet or exceed IES (Illuminating Engineering Society), CIE (Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage) and IDA (International Dark Sky Association) requirements. LRL’s products are RoHS compliant (free of lead and mercury), provide energy savings of up to 80% and substantially reduced maintenance costs. Our Streetlight Intelligence™ division, with operations in Halifax and Victoria, British Columbia, offers a complete suite of integrated, wireless, adaptive lighting controls for street and area lighting applications. LRL currently has more than 300 municipal, utility, and commercial clients in more than 30 countries. For further information please visit our website at www.ledroadwaylighting.com.
Charles Cartmill, CET President / CEO Telephone: (902) 450-2222