Norwich City Schools To Save $200k Annually With Building Upgrades
Published: October 18th, 2016
By: Grady Thompson

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.

Educators will now be able to set custom lighting scenes via a button control in their classrooms, thus enhancing their learning systems with settings such as Smart Board or Chromebook scenes. The system is capable of self-adjusting based on room occupancy and daylight levels, and teachers are also able to dim and brighten the LED lights as necessary.

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