Less CO2 emission and energy use
Sustainable public lighting is a major challenge for many lighting operators. The plan adopted, payback period and budget reduction will affect the implementation of decision-making. However, this is not an impossible task. In fact, improving the sustainability of public lighting is an important step to make the whole city more environmentally friendly and green. It not only helps to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but also helps to save energy costs and protect the environment.
Using Dynamic LED Lighting
The area of public lighting is likely to be one of the major energy consumption in cities, which can easily account for 40% of the total energy consumption. Energy costs can be reduced by up to 70% by using dynamic LED lighting and intelligent maintenance systems. Dynamic LED lighting helps to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. By customizing dimming options, you can adjust the quality of light people experience. From design, technology, management, maintenance to replacement. Our technological innovations in lamps and lanterns will help you achieve your sustainable development goals.
Dynamic lighting control
We often hear customers say: “Dark where possible, light where needed”. Dynamic dimming offers an interesting solution. When less lighting is needed (at night), the lighting becomes dark. Our lamps can be equipped with NB-IOT single lamp controller, which can remotely adjust the power of lamps at night. In this way, you can easily make your region more sustainable.
Intelligent street lamps with no worries
Our future-oriented LED lamps and lanterns are your ideal lamps and lanterns to solve the replacement problem. Wisdom series lamps and lanterns have realized energy saving, dimming and standard remote control. And that’s just the beginning. In a rapidly changing world, it is very important to provide solutions for long-term development. We are ready. With Ecoel’s smart lights, you can too.
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