LED Street Lights Fail in the Rain
SAN ANTONIO – Earlier this year we told you the City of San Antonio and CPS Energy are spending more than $14 million of your money to replace street lights with energy saving LED fixtures. Now the News 4 WOAI Trouble Shooters have uncovered that all 25,000 of the fixtures had to be sent back to the manufacturer because of a glaring defect.
Close to 2,000 of the street lights are already up in a few areas around the city, but installations came to a halt a few weeks ago when some of the new fixtures began to fail. That wasn’t the first problem with the lights, either. Jaie Avila has the Inside Story on a program CPS Energy has been trying to keep in the shadows.
Every time you see something like this It has to make you wonder, was the buying decision base on price?
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