Northridge Campus Outdoor Lighting Project
Northridge Campus reduced energy consumption by a total of 69 percent in ourdoor lighting project. In addition to saving energy, a goal of the LED lighting retrofit project is to enhance the safety and the security in the dark parking lot by improving light quality.
- Replaced 104, 1,000-watt high pressure sodium lights in one parking lot with 104, 265-watt LED lights. Also replaced 32, 400-watt metal halide lights with 32, 250-watt LED lights.
- Replaced 47, 175-watt metal halide lights in the courtyard with 47, 72-watt LED lights.
- Replaced 21, 174-watt metal halide lights around the building perimeter with 21 53-watt LED lights.
It is one of the largest installation in the nation among other LED outdoor lighting applications. Also ACC is curbing additional energy consumption in the parking lots by using a ROAM system that allows ACC to dim unnecessary lights during unoccupied times.