Many difficulties in rural lighting projects

Dec 14, 2019

With the advancement of solar street light construction in new rural areas, rural road lighting projects are also the focus of each new rural construction. However, with various complex phenomena in rural areas, there are many difficulties in rural lighting projects, such as:

    1. Road lighting project investment issues;

    2. The installation and construction process is complicated. It is necessary to move the soil, dig the land, and occupy the farmer's place, which will easily cause conflicts between the project and the villagers. Not easy to apply.

    3. Electricity expenses cannot be resolved. As a result, the lights are hardly lit after completion, and the actual use of the lighting project cannot be achieved.

    4. Large amount of maintenance work and high cost. Replace parts, components, etc.

    5. Large energy consumption, not polluting the ring mirror without energy saving.

    And solar street lights, it plays a "star" role in the construction of new countryside, advantages:

    1. Energy saving and environmental protection are green lighting strongly advocated by the country.

    2. Investment funds are easier to solve because they are energy-saving and environmentally friendly products. The state supports these projects in various places with special funds.

    3. Less investment, comprehensive economic benefits are basically the same as conventional street lamp investment.

    4. The construction is simple, no trenches or trenches are needed, and the construction period is short.

    5. There is no electricity bill, because it absorbs solar power to emit light, so no electricity bill is required. Power is always free.

    6, the maintenance is small, almost maintenance-free, because the life of the LED light source exceeds 10 years.

    7, beautification of rural ring mirror, more attractive than traditional street lamps, forming a beautiful landscape.

    8. The concept of energy conservation and environmental protection goes deep into the countryside and guides the rural people's awareness of energy conservation.