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Author Stellaria media     View Profile     Add to favourites     Ignore
Date posted 2015-10-23 16:58
Subject Street lights 
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As darkness descends and the street lights brighten the gloom, I was wondering how many street lights we have in the country, how many have been changed to LED, of these how many have Thorpe supplied, and what is the size of the market? It is obviously growing but what impact will this have on the company?

Another thought was that if all the street lights are converted to LED, how much electricity would this save, and would it negate the need for a nuclear power station or two. From a cost effectiveness point I would imagine that street lights are way in front of nuclear power and will not saddle us with large bills in the future or leave us at the mercy of state owned concerns, from which ever part of the globe they come from.

Any thoughts?

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