Thursday, October 20, 2011

Induction Street Lights - Green Lighting for the Roads

A lot of people have been doing what they can around the house to be more energy-efficient. For lots of these folks, replacing traditional light bulbs with newer technologies has proven to be a great way to save money on energy bills and reduce impact on the environment. Municipalities and governmental bodies are doing their part to be greener in their lighting choices too. And that has led many of these governing bodies to using induction street lights.

Lighting the WayStreet lights in Boa Viagem, RecifeImage via Wikipedia

Induction street lights have become the de facto choice in green lighting for cities all over the United States. These street lights use less energy, so they allow cities to keep their highways, byways and back roads safely illuminated, while having less impact on the bottom line. As so many municipalities are doing what they can to stay under budget, it's easy to understand why so many of them are switching to induction lighting on their streets.

Less Labor Costs

Replacing burnt out light bulbs in street lights can prove to be a very costly endeavor. Since induction street lights have a longer life than other lighting products, they don't have to be replaced as often. That means that cities can have replacement crews out on the street less often. This savings alone can go a long way in helping cities and towns save money, while still providing the high quality lights needed to keep the streets well illuminated during the evening, night and early morning hours.

Higher efficiency, longer product life and less labor are just three of the top reasons that outdoor induction lights are becoming the lighting products of choice all over the world. And since communities are doing their part in going green by installing induction lights, they are doing their part to responsibly light up the streets.

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