SAN ANTONIO -- City officials approved a plan that could reportedly save the city at least $50,000 a month.
City council agreed Thursday night to use LED lights in 25,000 street lights. CPS Energy is working with the city to reduce the rates on the specific lights. The project will cost more than $14 million. But eventually, the city could save between $2.00 and $12.00 per light.
Council members also approved a plan to change the River Walk's holiday lights. The LED mini-bulbs debuted last year to much criticism.