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Bryan Municipal Utilities applied for and was awarded a $540,000 matching grant through the ARRA to install approximately 1,400 energy-efficient streetlights. After an extensive evaluation process, the city chose two LED luminaires from Cooper Lighting to replace its 150-watt HPS street lighting fixtures. Expecting to see a savings of 25 to 30 percent in energy costs by installing Cooper's Streetworks™ OVH LED Cobraheads (80W) and CLB Generation LED Decorative Post Top Luminaires (70W), officials are achieving an actual energy savings of 30 to 35 percent, and meeting the city's sustainability goals.