The energy-saving thing didn’t really work: For a year and a half, an American high school had lights on around the clock—and no one could turn off the 7,000 or so lights. According to television network NBC, a “green” lighting control system at Minnecock Regional High School in Massachusetts was installed ten years ago to save electricity and money. But from August 2021, a bug in the software led to permanent lights.
A school district finance officer spends thousands of dollars a month. One is painfully aware that it will cost the tax payer a considerable sum. So we are doing our best to solve the problem. Residents have complained about the lights in the neighborhood. Teachers have turned off the lights in classrooms to teach properly with digital boards. After all, according to the information, it is an energy-saving LED light source.
After some back-and-forth delivery problems caused by infection with the responsible company, the necessary spare parts should finally be delivered and the repair work will begin. Light at the end of the tunnel, you could almost say.
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