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Port Huron is next on the list for DTE Energy's $4 million street lighting improvement project. Scott Simons, DTE spokesman, said the lights will be upgraded from mercury vapor to LED. The change is estimated to save the city about 30 percent in energy cost. DTE Energy will upgrade the older street lights that are energized by "series circuits."The new lights will operate on a different system, so if one light has a problem, it won't affect other lights operating on the same system.