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Detroit is one of five cities that are in the process of upgrading their streetlights to LED as charter members of DOE's High-Performance Outdoor Lighting Accelerator, which aims to replace more than 500,000 outdoor luminaires in the next two years. But there are hundreds of other cities across the country -- from Los Angeles, to Phoenix, to New York -- that are taking the same steps or considering doing so. The conversion of many of these cities -- including Detroit -- was facilitated by DOE's Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium (MSSLC), which provides technical guidance and useful tools, model specifications, and other information resources to help navigate street lighting conversion.