The Glen Cove Emergency Medical Service (EMS) in support of PSEG’s Commercial Efficiency Program has recently installed 46 new LED fixtures at the EMS headquarters. Compared with traditional fluorescent lighting, this installation can save up to 45 percent in energy costs for the city.
In conjunction with the PSEG program, the city will be reimbursed 60 percent for the cost of materials used for the LED lighting transition, which included new fixtures and supplies.
“Energy conservation initiatives like our EMS lighting project are vitally important to our city,” said Mayor Reggie Spinello. “This effort complements our switch to LED lighting in our parking garages and entry into solar energy with roof top installations planned for the Glen Cove Senior Center and the Glen Cove Volunteer Fire Department. We will continue to pinpoint additional city facilities for future LED lighting opportunities as this program provides the city with substantial incentives that support my commitment to improve our environmental footprint.”