Thursday, May 30, 2024

Campbell helps fund energy efficiency lighting on Clyde Fant Parkway

by BIZ Magazine

Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell announced that he is giving $310,000 from his Energy Efficiency fund to provide light-emitting diode (LED) lights for portions of the Clyde Fant Parkway.  The announcement was made at the Monday work session of the Shreveport City Council.

“I was pleased to contribute this money to the City of Shreveport,” Campbell said. “This type of modern equipment provides better lighting and is more economical.”  Campbell also said that he looks forward to contributing to more public projects for the City in the future.

Through his LPSC Energy Efficiency program for local governments, Campbell has donated more than $12 million to North Louisiana political subdivisions for energy-efficiency improvements since 2018.  The funds have paid for LED light fixtures, insulation and other upgrades to courthouses, schools, gymnasiums and other public facilities throughout Campbell’s 24-parish LPSC District 5 including Southern University, Bossier Parish Community College, LSU-S and the Arthur Teague Parkway.

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