When it comes to street lights, Charlottetown is going green.
With more than 800 of approximately 900 streetlights in the City of Castlegar having been replaced by computer controlled LED units, an informal observance of the feat was carried out on Friday, January 31.
Today at the LIGHTFAIR International conference, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. (NYSE: SSNI), a leading networking platform and solutions provider for smart energy networks, and LED Roadway Lighting, a leading designer and manufacturer of LED-based street and area lighting fixtures and control systems, announced a collaboration to deliver the market’s first networked, field swappable intelligent streetlight solution.
It's no secret in Prince Rupert that we share most of our streets with pedestrians and the city is making it easier for motorists to see late at night, which comes in the form of LED lights.
Anyone out after dark in Prince Rupert will notice a change in brightness, as street lights are being updated to Light-Emitting Diode (LED) lighting.
MOTORISTS traversing the Portmore, Vineyards, and Spanish Town legs of Highway 2000 in St Catherine should be able to see better come nightfall because of 221 Light-emitting diode (LED) street lamps now being erected on the inter-parish thoroughfare.
A Christchurch-based lighting company has formed a partnership with a Canadian manufacturer to shine new light on New Zealand roads.
You may have seen a 19th-century adage, bemoaning wasted time, that begins, “Lost: One golden hour, set with 60 diamond minutes.” That’s the mindset to have if you’re planning a trade mission, according to LED Roadway Lighting CEO Charles Cartmill.
The Forest Park Village Council voted Monday to borrow $1.8 million from Forest Park National Bank to pay for the replacement of all streetlights, alley lights and traffic lights in Forest Park with low-wattage LED bulbs.
During a Government of Canada-led business mission that is currently taking place in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, the Honourable Bernard Valcourt, Associate Minister of National Defence and Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency) (La Francophonie), congratulated officials from Halifax?s LED Roadway Lighting (LRL) for having secured a multimillion dollar supply contract in the Dominican Republic. As part of the contract, LRL will work with partners to convert existing public lighting fixtures to their own Satellite Series? LED technology in Santo Domingo and other urban areas in the Dominican Republic.