The Hill article Lighting experts say the technology is a game changer for homeowners.
In a city that prides itself on its vibrant and creative neighborhoods, the spotlight will be on those neighborhoods.
They also say it’s a big deal because it could give the city a big edge in the fight against climate change.
“We’re in the middle of an unprecedented heat wave and it’s heating up a lot of areas.
So that’s one thing that really excited us,” said Dan Gartman, chief executive of Lighting Innovation Group, a nonprofit that has helped cities build lighting projects for climate change-related projects.
“So, to us it’s an opportunity to be able to make the city cooler.”
One of the biggest challenges, Gartmans company said, is to figure out how to use LEDs that are cheap and plentiful, while also providing sufficient energy.
The lighting company is also building a fleet of low-cost LED bulbs for cities like Denver and New York.
“This is going to be a very competitive market, and we’re looking forward to that,” said Matt Peltz, the company’s head of sustainability.
“It’s going to create a whole new industry.
It’s going a long way in the transformation of the way we live.”
The new technology is already making its way into some homes in some parts of the country.
It was recently installed in the new Westfield Center in Denver, where more than half the apartments are now equipped with LEDs.
But there are also some cities that are taking it a step further and building the new lightbulbs themselves.
In New York, which is about to see the hottest April on record, officials have been working with lighting technology company Green Dot on installing the new bulbs.
They’ve built a new system of solar-powered panels that will be installed in low-income housing.
In Atlanta, they installed a system that uses solar energy and LED lighting to control a new LED lighting system that is already in use in the city.
“The new light system is a critical step in transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy and building a more green future,” said Jeff Sorensen, the city’s director of housing.
“I’m excited about it because I think we can make a big difference in the environment.”
The lighting company also says that it has installed a network of green roofs in some neighborhoods.
Some cities are also experimenting with using LEDs in their homes for a variety of other purposes.
In San Diego, a program called LED City aims to make it easier to live within a 100-mile radius of a city, and it has plans to install more than 20,000 low-energy LEDs in a half-dozen new residential buildings in the San Diego Unified School District, which has the highest concentration of low income residents in the state.
But, in New York City, officials are looking more broadly at the technology.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has been working to improve lighting in the boroughs that include Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, the Staten Island and Manhattan.
De Blasio, who is also running for president, says he wants to make sure his neighborhoods are green and safe.
He has introduced legislation that would require new buildings to be equipped with green roofs, and he has announced that the city is putting in green lighting to improve the air quality in certain areas.
The city has also begun testing LEDs in some public spaces and parks, and will use the results to decide if the technology will be incorporated into its own buildings.
“The technology is really making an impact on our communities and we want to continue to invest in it,” said Andrew McBride, the president of the New York Lighting Institute, which provides consulting services to the city and other municipalities.
This technology is changing the way you live, and there’s a lot more that we need to know about it, he said.
More broadly, the technology could also have implications for a host of other projects.
In the early 2020s, the American Institute of Architects, a professional organization representing architects, issued a report that warned that a lack of knowledge about the energy efficiency of the new lighting technology could lead to a reduction in the amount of money that is allocated to building maintenance.
“These projects could reduce the efficiency of some buildings, such as public and residential buildings, by as much as 40 percent,” the report said.
That is a big issue for cities that rely heavily on government spending.