St. Mary's, Ontario has decided to spend big money to save big money.
If you get homesick during your next visit to Adelaide or Reykjavik or Aruba, just look up, way up. LED Roadway Lighting (LRL) has installed energy-efficient street lights in nearly 40 countries – and most of them are manufactured at its plant in Amherst, Nova Scotia.
LED Roadway Lighting and its partner Silver Spring Networks, Inc., today announced they have been selected by Glasgow City Council to deliver the Intelligent Street Lighting requirements for their innovative Future City Demonstrator initiative.
Companies and municipalities can save money and reduce emissions with some made-in-Canada innovations.
Charles Cartmill, CEO/President of LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. was named to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Advisory Board by The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade. The 18 member Board provides advice and recommendations to the Minister of International Trade on trade priorities, policies, programs and government services. The Board also informs the minister of business challenges to SMEs in the area of international trade.
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With more than 800 of approximately 900 streetlights in the City of Castlegar having been replaced by computer controlled LED units, an informal observance of the feat was carried out on Friday, January 31.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.