the move is part of the council’s £2.7 billion efforts to upgrade the city’s road networks.
(PRWEB UK) 22 August 2013
The article, Birmingham Lights Streets with Low Energy LED, published 16th September in Lighting.co.uk, reveals that the move is part of the council’s £2.7 billion efforts to upgrade the city’s road networks. Currently with more than 95,000 street lights, most of which are high pressure sodium, mercury vapour and low pressure sodium, CO2 emissions are expected to be significantly reduced. Stela LED street lights are set to be installed in residential areas, whilst traffic routes are to be replaced with Indal WRTL’s Airtrace 2 Luminaire. Working in conjunction with public service providers, Amey, Birmingham City Council aims to replace half the city’s street lights over the course of the next five years.
Having been involved within the LED industry for a number of years, the team at LED Strip Lights co. are well informed of the energy saving benefits of light emitting diodes. From colour changing LED strip light controllers to commercial LED strip lights, LED Strip Lights co. is best known for providing customers with a variety of cost-effective lighting solutions. A representative from the firm shares their thoughts on the Birmingham LED switchover.
“More and more cities and towns across the UK are making the transitions to LEDs. As well as making considerable savings over time, they also help councils to meet targets when it comes to being environmentally friendly. The same goes for all LED lighting. Those who swap the traditional incandescent bulbs in their home for energy efficient LEDS not only save on their energy bills but can enjoy a better quality of light.”
LED Strip Lights co. is a leading LED company based in the UK. With a rapidly expanding collection of lights, the company provides both domestic and commercial LED lighting solutions, including LED transformers and drivers and strip light controllers. Using the latest LED technology, customers can make significant energy savings.