Kendall Square Research, Inc. Announces the Potential of Its New Green Cobra Street Light
LAS VEGAS, July 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Kendall Square Research, Inc. (Pink Sheets: KSQR) announces the potential of its new energy efficient street light. Most of the highways, roadways and alleyways nationwide use inefficient Metal Halide or mercury vapor style lights for illumination. If 5 million 100 watt Metal Halide street lights were replaced with the new efficient 80 watt street light, the results would be a reduction of 963,600,000 KWs generating an annual energy savings of $77,088,000. The conservative rate of 8 cents per KWH was used for this cost savings estimate. The efficient light lamp has a 4 to 5 times longer life compared to the Metal Halide lamp, resulting in $2 Billion savings over 20 years in maintenance cost alone. In addition, most of the nation’s intersections use 400 watt lights which could be replaced with 150 watt efficient lights that would produce the same or more light. This change would produce 3 times the impact of the 80 watt fixture.
Management said, “During the next few years, the commercial lighting switch over to the higher efficiency lighting alternative is enormous. Kendall plans to be a key player in this switch over.”
About Kendall Square Research
Kendall Square Research, Inc (KSQR) is a Holding Company with targeted acquisitions in specialty equipment for residential home customers and green energy products. Luxury Kitchens Hoods LLC is the first acquisition. The second division of Kendall, High Efficiency Lighting, is a player in the commercial lighting industry with their product capability of reducing lighting energy by 50% in the nation’s highways, roadways, city streets, parking lots, building lights etc.
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