Cold cathode lamps light Cleveland marquee

Lighting manufacturer TCP of Aurora, Ohio, recently donated 1,150 three-watt cold cathode lamps to light the marquee of the Ohio Theater in Cleveland's Playhouse Square, replacing the theater's incandescent light bulbs. The estimated energy savings from the cold cathode lamps is approximately $220 per month, adding up to more than $21,000 over the projected eight-year life of the lamps. Cold cathode lamps operate at lower wattages in colder temperatures, which was especially important to theater management given Cleveland's typical harsh winters.

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