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Jay Walker, assistant director of the Great Lakes Aquarium, describes new LED lighting (at top of photo) used in the forest exhibit. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

Duluth's Great Lakes Aquarium aims to cut electrical use by 30 percent

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For Jay Walker, assistant director of the Great Lakes Aquarium, an ongoing initiative to improve the energy efficiency of the 64,000-square-foot facility he oversees makes good business sense.

If Duluth's most-visited, admission-charging tourist attraction achieves

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