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Energy-saving plan for massive shift to LEDs

The Urban Renaissance Agency has decided to reinforce measures to prevent global warming at about 760,000 units of rental housing that it manages and runs throughout Japan. In addition to the initiatives it has been taking, the Agency intends to make a switch to light-emitting diode (LED) types for about one million light fixtures in common-use parts of collective housing such as corridors and stairways.
The Agency formulated a plan for execution of measures to prevent global warming in 2008. In accordance with this plan, it has steadily been taking steps such as installing energy-saving water heaters in individual units and inverters for operation of elevators shared by residents. The recent plan will further bolster the Agency's arrangements.

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