The Hong Kong SAR Government is implementing a multi-functional smart lamp post test programme. In the first phase, about 50 smart LED street lights will be installed in Kwun Tong and Kai Tak Development Areas. In addition to lighting, these lamp posts are more capable of detecting traffic flow and collecting meteorological data. It is expected to be officially put into operation at the end of June.
On June 17, the reporter learned from the Engineering Department of the Municipal Housing and Construction Bureau that the city's Peony Road (North Outer Ring Road to Minjiang Road Section) is being upgraded and designed to install and install about 600 sets of LED street lights with the shape of “flowers and riches”. Currently installed 100 Set, can be put into use after the recent inspection and debugging.
According to foreign media reports, Regina, Canada, is conducting a five-year pilot project to test solar lighting on the road.A government official said, "This is an important test. I think this is the place we need to consider the future energy and attention."
Last year, Shenzhen Futian Central District Light Show received widespread attention from the society, and urban landscape lighting has become an important part of the beautification of urban night scenes. A few days ago, the Shenzhen Municipal Administration and Comprehensive Law Enforcement Bureau announced the “Interim Measures for Urban Landscape Lighting Maintenance Fees and Electricity Charges (Draft for Comment)” (hereinafter referred to as the “Interim Measures”), and it is planned to hold a hearing on July 2. According to the Interim Measures, the landscape lighting facilities in the key areas such as Futian District, Luohu District, Nanshan District, and Yantian District's landscape lighting “three simultaneous” construction projects, etc., can be given maintenance fees according to the Interim Measures. And electricity subsidies.
At the beginning of April 2019, the much-anticipated Humen Second Bridge has been opened to traffic. This is another masterpiece in China's bridge lighting project. The bridge has a total length of 12.891 kilometers and a total cost of 11.18 billion yuan. This is another new “artery” interconnected by the Hong Kong-Macau-Macao Bridge after the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. It is a key transportation infrastructure project built by the province in Guangdong Province. It closely links the urban and rural groups on the east and west sides of the Pearl River Estuary, and connects the Nansha Free Trade Zone in Guangzhou, the Binhai New District in Dongguan, and the New City in Shenzhen Dagang Port. It has laid a new pattern for the development of a “one core, one belt and one district” region in Guangdong Province.
According to foreign media reports, German shipowners and operator Oldendorff (Edendorff) are modifying LED lights for all ships of the company's fleet, and energy efficiency will increase by 80%.