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Due to LED has the advantages of lower energy consumption, relatively low maintenance frequency, and longer life span, various parts of the world have successively promoted plans to convert traditional bulbs such as high-pressure sodium lamps into LEDs in recent years.
According to US media reports, the newly upgraded LED lights will soon illuminate the toll roads in Illinois. A few days ago, the leaders of the Illinois State Highway Administration and the Illinois State Power Company ComEd discussed to provide new energy-saving LED lamps for toll roads. The upgraded system is designed to improve safety while reducing energy consumption and saving money. There are several construction projects currently in progress. The Illinois Highway Bureau predicts that by 2021, 90% of system lighting will be LED. State Highway Administration officials said they plan to install all LED lighting by the end of 2026
In addition, according to British media reports, a street light upgrade plan in North Yorkshire in northeast England is bringing environmental and economic benefits faster than expected. So far, the North Yorkshire Council has converted more than 35,000 street lights (80% of the target number) to LEDs. This financial year alone has saved 800,000 pounds in energy and maintenance costs.This three-year project has also significantly reduced the carbon footprint, saving more than 2,400 tons of carbon dioxide each year, and reducing the number of street lighting defects by about half.
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