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City of Ripon, CA
Thursday October 12th, 2017 :: 11:46 a.m. PDT


New LED streetlights to be installed in Ripon

LED streetlights brighten streets and neighborhoods, providing residents with reliable, clean and affordable energy.  The City is working with PG&E to convert approximately, 548 PG&E-owned streetlights to energy efficient and longer lasting Light Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures.  PG&E will begin installation of the new fixtures in the coming weeks.
LED streetlights use 50 to 75 percent less energy than traditional bulbs, significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and require less maintenance. New LED streetlights, which provide a more natural-looking light, can last up to four times longer than traditional bulbs. The optical technology in LED lights creates more evenly distributed light, resulting in greater visibility for pedestrians and drivers alike.
Each installation takes approximately 10 minutes per lamp fixture. Residents will be notified of replacement activity occurring in their neighborhood prior to PG&E’s arrival. PG&E expects no service disruption as a result of this work. 
What are the benefits of LED streetlights?

  • Energy efficiency: LED fixtures use 50-75% less energy than traditional (HPSV) bulbs.
  • Cost savings: Monthly energy cost is significantly reduced when an HPSV bulb is replaced with an LED fixture of the same wattage.
  • Reliability: LED technology keeps most of its light output up to four times longer. Since all of the PG&E-owned streetlights in the city are being upgraded at the same time, the lights are not expected to burn out for up to 20 years.
  • Improved safety: LEDs provide a more natural-looking and evenly distributed light, resulting in greater visibility for pedestrians and drivers alike.
  • Reduced carbon footprint: Using less energy per light reduces greenhouse gas emissions and will help Ripon reach its long-term energy goals.
Residents can email with any questions.

Thank you.

City of Ripon, CA
259 N Wilma Ave
Ripon, CA 95366

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 209-599-2108