Street Lamp LED Replacement Public Consultation

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In an effort to replace our aging and obsolete lighting fixtures, The County of Prince Edward is implementing a Street Light conversion strategy to replace our entire inventory of our High Pressure Sodium (HPS) streetlights with energy efficient LED. This will have an annual savings of $217,340. The LED streetlights “Greenhouse Gas Reduction” Estimates to:

  • Current Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) 1,112,832
  • Projected LED Annual Energy (kWh) 297,363
  • Annual Saving (kWh) 815,469
  • Estimated Annual Green House Gas Reduction (metric tonnes) 25
  • GreenHouse Gas Reduction over Luminarie Life of 100,00 hours (metric tonnes) 581

The LED streetlight benefits for Prince Edward County will be:

  • Lower Cost
  • Longer Life
  • Less Energy Use
  • Reduced Waste
  • Better Safety
  • Brighter & More Natural Light


Prince Edward County will have new LED 3000K lights in the following areas.

Lights locations that are being replaced- Ameliasburgh/Consecon/Carrying Place/ Hillier/ Wellington/ West lake/ East Lake/ Cherry Valley /Milford/Picton/Demorestville/Reddersville/ Bloomfield. ALL the existing LED’s and High Presure Sodium lights only are being replaced in Prince Edward County. Which is a total of 1384 units.

Lights that are not being replaced are Parking Lot lights, Privately owned lights, Decorative lights, Park lights, at this time.


The Muncipality will be stock piling the exisiting LED lights that we currently have to use for future projects. (Also a cost savings)

Below is a chart to help understand the difference between color temperatures.



In an effort to replace our aging and obsolete lighting fixtures, The County of Prince Edward is implementing a Street Light conversion strategy to replace our entire inventory of our High Pressure Sodium (HPS) streetlights with energy efficient LED. This will have an annual savings of $217,340. The LED streetlights “Greenhouse Gas Reduction” Estimates to:

  • Current Annual Energy Consumption (kWh) 1,112,832
  • Projected LED Annual Energy (kWh) 297,363
  • Annual Saving (kWh) 815,469
  • Estimated Annual Green House Gas Reduction (metric tonnes) 25
  • GreenHouse Gas Reduction over Luminarie Life of 100,00 hours (metric tonnes) 581

The LED streetlight benefits for Prince Edward County will be:

  • Lower Cost
  • Longer Life
  • Less Energy Use
  • Reduced Waste
  • Better Safety
  • Brighter & More Natural Light


Prince Edward County will have new LED 3000K lights in the following areas.

Lights locations that are being replaced- Ameliasburgh/Consecon/Carrying Place/ Hillier/ Wellington/ West lake/ East Lake/ Cherry Valley /Milford/Picton/Demorestville/Reddersville/ Bloomfield. ALL the existing LED’s and High Presure Sodium lights only are being replaced in Prince Edward County. Which is a total of 1384 units.

Lights that are not being replaced are Parking Lot lights, Privately owned lights, Decorative lights, Park lights, at this time.


The Muncipality will be stock piling the exisiting LED lights that we currently have to use for future projects. (Also a cost savings)

Below is a chart to help understand the difference between color temperatures.



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