Energy Saving Solutions USA to light up Greenwood Police Department with eco-friendly Forever LED Lights™

The creators of the LED with a lifetime guarantee™, Energy Saving Solutions USA (ESS) have announced that the company will assist the Greenwood Indiana Police Department to improve its energy efficiency by replacing its interior lighting with guaranteed for life, energy-efficient Forever LED Lights™, through its authorised LED dealer Jim Oxley.

Image credit: www.foreverledlight.com
Image credit: www.foreverledlight.com

“We are pleased the Greenwood Police Department has jumped on board for Forever LED Lights. The City of Greenwood overall recognises the importance of energy efficiency and cost savings, and has already requested the Forever LED Lights™ to replace the bulbs in their Community Centre and Main Street lamps. We hope to continue to supply their community and surrounding area businesses with our state-of-the-art, guarantee for life LED lights and that neighbouring communities will join them in taking important steps towards reducing their energy usage and carbon footprint,” commented Peter Stein of Energy Saving Solutions.

According to the press release on the PR Web, the Forever LED Light™ is the only LED protected by a lifetime guarantee exclusively administered by McCusker & Company and backed by Service USA, world class warranty and service providers out of Dallas, Texas.

“Current electricity lighting costs for the Police Department run more than $21,000 a year and should drop to about $11,000 a year with the Forever LED Lights. Post installation, the Police Department will be able to save approximately $877,000 or 51% in electricity lighting costs over the useful lifetime of these lights, allowing more tax dollars to be deployed to the areas of the community that really need it. If you sum up the cost saving resulting from our Forever LED for the Police Department, Community Centre and Main Street lamps combined, the City of Greenwood will be saving over $1.8 million on its electricity lighting costs over the lifetime of the lights,” commented Jim Oxley.

For more information, please visit http://www.EnergySavingIndustry.com.

 

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