In the Phoenix metropolitan area, the Phoenix Lighting District has been providing LED lights to businesses, homes, and the homeless since it was founded in 2002.
The District’s founder and president, Mike Binder, is known as one of the nation’s foremost lighting experts.
He said the Phoenix lighting system has been an economic boon for the Phoenix area.
“I can’t tell you how many people I’ve seen turn to us because of this system,” Binder said.
“It’s been amazing to see.”
Since its inception, the district has produced hundreds of thousands of LED lights for local businesses and residential properties.
Many of the lights are small and light up in bright, red and green colors.
The district is also responsible for the lighting of thousands more lights, some of which are more than 10 feet tall.
The lights also have a bright green tint to them, which is one of their unique features.
In addition to the district’s lights, the lights have also been featured in the movie “The Sixth Sense” and the film “Gone Girl,” which were both released in 2015.
Binder said he believes Phoenix’s lights have contributed to the local economy, and that people in the Phoenix areas are now able to see their neighborhood lights from a new perspective.
“People who have seen these lights before, they say, ‘I can tell that these lights are there.
I can tell where these lights went off,'” Binder explained.
“I say, that’s not how it works.”
The District has also been recognized for its dedication to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by about 35 percent compared to 2000 levels.
The lights are now installed at about 1,500 locations across the Phoenix metro area.
The lighting district is funded through a $6 million grant that is being awarded by the United States Department of Energy.
It is also backed by the city of Phoenix, the state of Arizona, the City of Phoenix and other partners.
The Phoenix Lights District has received numerous awards, including the National Association of State Climatologists (NASCC), the National Science Foundation (NSF), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AEE).
In 2017, the District was awarded a National Historic Landmark designation by the National Park Service, the National Historic Preservation Awards of the National Capital Planning Commission and the National Heritage Foundation.