Redundant Street Lights      Energy Advisory Committee
OverviewSome areas of the city have decorative lightsEven so, cobraheads are interspersed with themWe suggest removing ...
Prospect St. Pole 1, 50WNext to bankWell lit intersection  Many other lightsNext to decorative
Prospect St. Pole 3, 50 WNext to decorative
Pleasant St Poles 9 & 11, 250WIn with decorativeAcross from City Hall
Pleasant St Pole 11-1, 50WBetween DecorativesAcross from Garrison Inn
Merrimac St Pole 45, 100WAt Towle Building
Merrimac St Pole 46, 100 WAt Towle Building
Merrimac St Pole 47, 100 WAt Towle Building
Merrimac St Pole 48, 100 WAt Towle Building
Merrimac St Pole 49 250 WAt Towle Building
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EAC Recommended Redundant Streetlights

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This is a presentation from the Newburyport Energy Advisory Committee supporting their recommendation to disconnect redundant National Grid lights.

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EAC Recommended Redundant Streetlights

  1. 1. Redundant Street Lights Energy Advisory Committee
  2. 2. OverviewSome areas of the city have decorative lightsEven so, cobraheads are interspersed with themWe suggest removing the cobraheads Reduce cost Reduce energy usage Streets remain lit
  3. 3. Prospect St. Pole 1, 50WNext to bankWell lit intersection Many other lightsNext to decorative
  4. 4. Prospect St. Pole 3, 50 WNext to decorative
  5. 5. Pleasant St Poles 9 & 11, 250WIn with decorativeAcross from City Hall
  6. 6. Pleasant St Pole 11-1, 50WBetween DecorativesAcross from Garrison Inn
  7. 7. Merrimac St Pole 45, 100WAt Towle Building
  8. 8. Merrimac St Pole 46, 100 WAt Towle Building
  9. 9. Merrimac St Pole 47, 100 WAt Towle Building
  10. 10. Merrimac St Pole 48, 100 WAt Towle Building
  11. 11. Merrimac St Pole 49 250 WAt Towle Building
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