Cyberlux, a developer of advanced light-emitting diode and other lighting technology, has landed a $10,000 pilot program for an emergency lighting program at a New York high school.

The system was installed at Kings Park High School in Kings Park, NY. The funding came from the state of New York.

The project is designed to demonstrate “the potential to use LED solid-state lighting to prepare schools and other shelters throughout the county to provide assistance to communities in the aftermath of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, electric grid failures and any other calamity that can cause widespread electricity blackouts,” Cyberlux said in a statement.

The Reliabright Emergency Lighting System from Cyberlux can provide up to 80 hours of light on one power charge.