NorthEast Electrical Distributors To Award A New England School Up To $50K In Lighting Products

Now in its 7th year, NorthEast's Project Green Lights will award a New England area public school a free energy audit and up to $50,000 in Sylvania Energy Efficiency Lighting Products.

BOSTON, MA — NorthEast Electrical Distributors’ Project Green Lights 2015, a program designed to promote energy efficiency, has announced this year’s community sweepstakes for K-12 schools across New England. Now in its 7th year, the goal of Project Green Lights is to provide helpful information about ways to save on energy usage – while giving one lucky school the opportunity to win a free Energy Audit and up to $50,000 in Sylvania Energy Efficiency Lighting products.

The Project Green Lights Sweepstakes is open to any public schools in all cities and towns in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Entry into this contest, which began on October 12, 2015 and runs through November 30, 2015, will only be accepted from an authorized town or city school representative such as school principals, authorized representatives or superintendents. For complete rules and entry form visit

NorthEast is a full-service electrical distributor that provides electrical products and services to electrical contractors, Industrial, OEM, Utility, and Institutional customers. The company operates more than 30 strategically located branch locations throughout the 6 New England States that are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service to their customers. NorthEast is a Sonepar USA company.

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