1. Luneta’s LED Street Lamps
Two years ago, we were assigned to look into the feasibility of a Solar Powered LED Street Lamp when we took our Engineering Economy Class. Here are some of the benefits of the Solar Powered LED Street Lamp against the common Sodium Vapor Street Lamp.
LED Lamps cost more upon purchase, but within a 5 year run, there is much less electricity consumed with the same light intensity of the Sodium Vapor Street Lamp.
Solar Panel Technology, as time goes by goes more efficient and powerful Solar Panels are being produced so purchase costs might go further down.
LED Lamps break down less than the the Sodium Vapor Lamps do, LED Lamps might cost more, but the good thing is that LED lamp is almost that maintenance free for 2-5 years. Sodium vapor lamp’s lifetime is just for 2-3 years.
In my last park strolling at the Luneta, I saw these brand new LED lamps installed within Rizal’s Reach. Good One for our National Park, and I think it also comes in a unique design.
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    Luneta’s LED Street Lamps

    Two years ago, we were assigned to look into the feasibility of a Solar Powered LED Street Lamp when we took our Engineering Economy Class. Here are some of the benefits of the Solar Powered LED Street Lamp against the common Sodium Vapor Street Lamp.

    • LED Lamps cost more upon purchase, but within a 5 year run, there is much less electricity consumed with the same light intensity of the Sodium Vapor Street Lamp.
    • Solar Panel Technology, as time goes by goes more efficient and powerful Solar Panels are being produced so purchase costs might go further down.
    • LED Lamps break down less than the the Sodium Vapor Lamps do, LED Lamps might cost more, but the good thing is that LED lamp is almost that maintenance free for 2-5 years. Sodium vapor lamp’s lifetime is just for 2-3 years.

    In my last park strolling at the Luneta, I saw these brand new LED lamps installed within Rizal’s Reach. Good One for our National Park, and I think it also comes in a unique design.

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    LED lamps to cut P6m from Luneta power bill

    Rizal Park by night shines with extra glow

    Solar-powered lamps illuminate Rizal Park

     
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