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Princeton Edward Jones office presented with rebate check

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Energy Services Representative Nancy Kelly, Edward Jones Owner Scott Liestman, Princeton Public Utilities General Manager Keith Butcher, and Princeton Public Utilities Commission Chair Richard Schwartz gathered for a check presentation at the Princeton Edward Jones office. The check was a rebate the office qualified for after replacing their light fixtures with LED bulbs.

Scott Liestman recently completed a full LED lighting retrofit project at his Edward Jones office. He replaced the older inefficient fluorescent lamps with high-efficiency LED lamps. The new lamps were so bright that they reduced the number of lamps in each fixture from four to two. This project qualified for a $260 rebate from Princeton Public Utilities, but more importantly is estimated to save $940 annually.

Liestman also worked with a contractor to complete a full lighting retrofit of the common areas of Riverside Plaza, where his office is located. That project qualified for a $370 rebate. The estimated annual savings for that project is $1,800.

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