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DREMC to conduct study on moving Manchester to LED lighting

The Manchester Board of Mayor and Aldermen heard a pitch from Duck River Electric and TVA representatives Tuesday night, March 3, during a work session to convert city lighting to LED lights.

While the pitch was in generalities and, as one official put it, a “50,000 foot view of the potential project”, Duck River officials estimated that the city could save nearly 15% on costs by making the switch. City officials have asked Duck River to provide a more exact study on what would be included in the switch, what costs would be, etc. Duck River will begin working on that study at no charge to the city.

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