Lighting Science Group to Light Mexico Super Highway

Lighting Science Group Corporation, a company engaged in designing, producing and marketing LED lighting solutions, has made public the availability of solar and wind-powered PROLIFIC Series LED street lights that can be fixed and used from any part of the world without the need of grid connectivity.

The energy-efficient PROLIFIC Series LED street lights are conservative in utilizing electrical energy and save up to 50% energy when compared to conventionally used HID street lights. The lights provide unvarying distribution of light power, augmented levels of lighting, use rugged lighting fixtures and provide savings on usage and maintenance costs. Unlike the traditional HID lamps, the LED lamps do not require stabilizing or re-lamping and can be directly connected to the battery without the need of starters or capacitors. The LED lamps are designed to use minimum power from solar and wind energy sources thus making them suitable for off grid applications.

Currently, the LED lights are being installed over a newly constructed “Viaducto Bicentenario”elevated superhighway in Mexico that runs over 23 km from Lomas Verdes to Tepotzotlan. The lighting project for the elevated highway is jointly promoted by BHP Energy Mexico S and Lighting Science Group.

Alan Barson, BHP Energy Mexico’s CEO, said that they zeroed on PROLIFIC DC series LED RoadWay 100 W street lights after making good amount of research and testing their lighting needs. He added that they have chosen the company to provide reliable and efficient solar lighting system for their clients.


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