The Malaysian government announced that it will implement LED street lights nationwide in September 2019.
LED street lights
are being adopted by more and more cities due to their lower energy costs
and longer service life
. Aberdeen in the UK and Kelowna in Canada recently announced projects for LED street light replacement and smart system installation. In addition, the Malaysian government
has indicated that it will convert all street lamps
in the country into LEDs from September 2019.
It is reported that the Aberdeen City Council in the UK is implementing a seven-year plan worth £9 million to replace traditional street lights with LEDs. In addition, the city also installed an intelligent street system, the control unit will be added to the new and existing LED street lights
, enabling remote control and monitoring of the lights and improved maintenance efficiency. The City Council is expected to reduce the annual energy cost of the street from £2 million to £1.1 million and improve pedestrian safety.
With the recent renovation of LED streetlights
, Canada's Kelowa is expected to save approximately $16 million over the next 15 years. The City Council launched the project in 2017 and more than 10,000 HPS street lights were replaced with LEDs. The cost of the project is $3.75 million. In addition to energy savings
, new LED street lights
can also reduce light pollution.
Asian cities have also been pushing the installation of LED street lights. The Malaysian government announced the implementation of LED street lights nationwide. The government said that the replacement project will be launched in September 2019, and the current energy cost will save about 50%.
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