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The Norwegian Road Authority unveils energy savings on auto-dimmed street light installation
Comlight technology in focus for climate change
Norway shows just how serious climate change is as they install self-dimming street lights. In particular there is one street light installation on everybody’s lips these days; the radar-controlled street lights in Hole, Norway. The five-mile strech of the highway 155 is one of the first major installations to be unveiled with this energy saving technology, and the company behind the genious idea; COMLIGHT. LED lights dim to 20 percent when no cars, bikes or pedestrians are in the area and the results show a whopping energysaving at 2,100 KWH per week. The government will break even after just 4.5 years, according to Youtuber Bjørn Nyland.
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Norwegain Public Roads Administration Article (in Norwegian)