ALL the lights have turned green in Calderdale.
And a plaque is being presented to prove it.
The council has negotiated a contract with its supplier, Npower, which guarantees that the electricity used for street lights, illuminated street signs and traffic signals is generated from renewable resources.
Npower sales director Chris Allen was presenting a green electricity plaque to the council this afternoon.
Street lights in Calderdale use 13m units of electricity every year - equivalent to 87m kettles being boiled.
Clr Roger Taylor, chairman of the council's regeneration and development scrutiny panel, said: "By negotiating this agreement, the council is doing its bit to reduce greenhouse gases and conserve valuable resources."