Warren RECC offers many ways to use lighting to improve the quality of life while providing safety and security for homes or businesses. A few of these lighting services are listed below. Contact your local Warren RECC office for details.
If you manage public areas that require lighting for customer convenience or to prevent accidents and vandalism, you may be interested in Warren RECC’s Flood Lighting Program. Schools, shopping centers, industrial parking lots, convenience stores, automobile dealers and equipment display areas are ideally suited for this service.
For the best lighting quality in higher traffic areas, Warren RECC offers high-pressure sodium flood lighting. The lights are photocell controlled and available in three wattages:
Typical residential use
49-Watt Light Emitting Diode (LED)- $8.60 per month
100-Watt High-Pressure Sodium – $9.78 per month
119-Watt Light Emitting Diode (LED)- $11.02 per month
250-Watt High Pressure Sodium – $14.55 per month
High traffic use
199-Watt Light Emitting Diode (LED)- $14.52 per month
400-Watt High Pressure Sodium – $18.60 per month
400-Watt Metal Halide – $19.03 per month
Rates shown are for lights on existing poles. The charge for an additional pole or transformer will be $2.50 per month, plus a $300 non-refundable charge for each. TVA Energy Fuel Cost for lights is .04441 cents per kWh, plus facilities charge.
A high quality, utility grade light fixture is installed and maintained by the Cooperative. The monthly charge also includes the energy used by the light, as well as normal monthly maintenance. When a transformer or additional pole is needed, there will be an additional monthly charge, plus a $300 non-refundable charge for each. Prices are subject to change as the cost of equipment and energy changes.
Warren RECC will assist in designing the most efficient and economical flood lighting system for your location.
Feel more secure, while protecting your home or business, by leasing a Warren RECC security light. You’ll be using the best outdoor lighting equipment available while saving on energy and maintenance costs. A photoelectric cell turns the light on and off automatically, so you never have to worry about it – even when you are away.
100-Watt High Pressure Sodium
Installed on existing pole – $8.45
Installed on additional pole – $10.95
60-Watt LED (Light Emitting Diode)
Installed on existing pole – $7.89
Installed on additional pole – $10.39
175-Watt Mercury Vapor
Installed on existing pole- $8.31
Installed on additional pole- $10.81
400-Watt Mercury Vapor
Installed on existing pole- $16.55
Installed on additional pole- $19.05
A high quality, utility grade light fixture is installed and maintained by the Cooperative. The monthly charge also includes the energy used by the light, as well as normal monthly maintenance. When a transformer or additional pole is needed, there will be an additional monthly charge, plus a $300 non-refundable charge for each.
Prices are subject to change as the cost of equipment and energy changes.
Subdivision and Other Street Lighting
Because street lighting provides safety and security and promotes community pride, Warren RECC offers a Subdivision Lighting Program. The Subdivision Lighting Program is available where local governments have adopted county street lighting ordinances. Simpson and Warren counties have subdivision lighting ordinances. If you would like to have street lighting in your neighborhood, contact our Engineering Department for details. Read more...
Warren RECC offers assistance to homeowners and businesses in designing and using lighting fixtures for the most efficient and aesthetic use.
InterLight provides information on many resources on designing, selecting, and purchasing lighting equipment.
The National Lighting Bureau provides information and related web sites for the commercial and industrial customer who is seeking information on various types of lighting.