Manila Airport, La Union Town invest in solar-powered street lights
Street lighting in many cities accounts for nearly half of the electrical expenditure. Aside from the energy costs, the maintenance and replacement of metal halide and high or low pressure sodium lamps poses additional costs and even disruption of traffic. Sun-powered street lights using LED do not depend on the grid for power and have the potential of saving millions of pesos in electricity and maintenance bills.
The Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) and the town of San Fernando in La Union have both decided to partner with Solaready PH in installing solar-powered LED street lights believing it's a money well-spent.
Solar LED are today's popular sources for street-lighting applications. Their longer lifespan, low maintenance costs, and ability to produce high-quality illumination are some reasons behind their rapid adoption. At the heart of Solaready's solar LED street lights are high-grade LEDs with luminous efficiency of over 120lm/W and highly efficient monocrystalline solar panels with solar energy conversion rate of at least 18 percent.
Solaready Inc. is an advocate for projects like this that helps towns, and government and private properties make smarter investments and increase their energy independence. Solaready is the number 1 provider of high-quality solar street lights in the Philippines.
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