Norwich City Schools to save $200k annually with building upgrades

NORWICH The Norwich City School District recently completed the installation of an advanced LED lighting system in their buildings which is said to save the district more than $200,000 per year, according to NCSD Deputy Superintendent Robert Wightman.

More than 3,000 LED lights deemed 'state-of-the-art and exceptionally efficient' were installed throughout the district. The new LED lights are capable of adapting to the specific needs of a classroom as they are integrated through an advanced lighting system.

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