LED Lighting Projects News Over The World During These Days

- Sep 11, 2019-

1. The full-spectrum semiconductor LED display module project was signed in Maanshan with an investment of 200 million yuan.


On June 14, the full-spectrum semiconductor LED display module project was signed in Zhengpu Port New District. The full-spectrum semiconductor LED display module project is invested and constructed by Shenzhen Energy Photoelectric Co., Ltd. The total planned investment of the project is about 200 million yuan, of which about 60 million yuan is invested in fixed assets such as R&D and production equipment. It is planned to build LED modules and LED lamp beads. 30 production lines. The project is currently entering the plant and fire design phase and is expected to be commissioned in December 2019.


2. The first LED lighting R&D production project in Ningxia was officially put into operation, with an investment of 1.1 billion yuan.


After nearly three months of trial operation, on June 18, Ningxia Wantai Lighting Technology Co., Ltd., the first LED lighting R&D production project in Ningxia, settled in Yinchuan Economic and Technological Development Zone, was officially put into operation. At present, it has signed orders totaling nearly 50 million yuan, mainly producing LED street lights, LED tunnel lights, LED explosion-proof lights, LED landscape lights, LED industrial and mining lights, LED fluorescent lamps and other products.


3. The first city in Latin America, the Latin American capital, to achieve full coverage of LED public lighting


As of the beginning of this month, the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires has completed the city's public lighting energy-saving renovation project, the first to become the first city in Latin America to use LED energy-saving lamps. At present, all the 160,000 street lamps and landscape lamps in Buenos Aires have been replaced with LED lights. The annual public electricity consumption will be reduced by 50%, and the annual average electricity saving will be 85,000 kWh. It is equivalent to reducing emissions by about 44,000 tons of carbon dioxide. At the same time, 30% of public lighting maintenance costs will be saved each year.