Glasgow begins switch to LED street lights

Will Nichols
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Scottish city agrees £6.3m loan with Green Investment Bank to swap first 10,000 lamps to energy-efficient LEDs

More than 10,000 street lights in Glasgow will be replaced with low-energy, cheaper alternatives with funding from the Green Investment Bank (GIB). Lights along main arterial routes into the city will...

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