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Montauk Project to install water-efficient LED bulbs at buildings and businesses across the city article A $3.2 million project will replace lighting in the Montauks offices, classrooms and residential areas with LED bulbs.
The project, called The MontauK Project, will use solar energy to convert sunlight into energy.
The solar panels will produce up to 200 watts of electricity for the project, and the project will also provide a safe and renewable energy source for the city.
The Montak Project is the first project of its kind in the US and is being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.
The City of Montauck, which has the highest percentage of people with disabilities in the nation, has already received over $1 million in federal grants to support its efforts.
The city has been working to develop its first solar energy project since 2011.
The first of the projects, the Montak Energy Project, is slated to start construction in 2019.
The next phase of the project is expected to start in 2019 with an estimated completion date of 2021.
The LED lighting project was created by an independent company called B&P Lighting.
B&p Lighting is a small business based in San Diego.
It provides lighting, electrical, installation, and maintenance services for the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
A team of more than 80 people worked on the project for two years.
The team includes two engineers and three technicians, with an emphasis on technical and business skills.
The lighting is expected be installed at buildings of varying sizes and design.
The company says the LED bulbs are ideal for buildings with small spaces, such as apartments and condominiums.
A total of 7,600 square feet of the lighting will be installed.
The panels will be made from wood, and each LED will have a capacity of 1.25 watts of power.
A solar panel will be provided for the panels, and will produce between 60 to 70 watts of light.
The installation is expected not to cost more than $25,000.
It will take three years to complete the project.
B.J. Cramer, executive director of the Montauer Foundation, says Montaucks energy needs are already met.
He says the lighting project is a step in the right direction.
“Montauk is one of the poorest communities in the country, and we need to look at ways to support businesses that are working to provide a better quality of life to our residents,” he said.
“We need to provide businesses and residents with better services that will help them thrive.”
The LED lights will be located on the walls of the new offices, schools and classrooms, and they will be designed to blend in with the surrounding landscape.
Cramer says that the project has received positive feedback from residents and businesses in the area.
He hopes to continue working with the Montaels city government to build out the program and make sure it is completed as soon as possible.
“The MontauKu project is just the beginning of our long-term commitment to the people of Montahels, and I look forward to working with our local leaders to ensure that this project continues to grow and is successful,” Cramer said.
The new LED lighting program is part of the city’s effort to address energy needs.
Montaukas utility company, Pacific Power, has been installing solar energy systems in the city since 2009, but it is now providing lighting to residential and commercial buildings.
According to Cramer the LED lighting will help with energy consumption, as well as provide a green alternative to fossil fuels.
The lights can be seen in the lobby of the City Hall building, where Cramer is currently the director of operations.