Application advantages of Canada solar street lights and garden wall lamps
The cost of electricity in Canada is high, and the government has introduced policies to encourage new energy generation. In 2009, the Canadian government passed the Green Energy Act. In 2018, Ontario, Canada allocated 70 million US dollars for solar power projects. With the support of government policies, the trend of LED lamps replacing traditional lights has become inevitable.
Canada plans to achieve 100% renewable energy power generation by 2025. Some cities in Canada began to build smart cities. For example, in 2018, Montreal changed 50,000 street lamps to LEDs and deployed smart lighting management systems to create “Cities of Innovation” and “Smart Cities”.
Solar lamps convert solar energy into electrical energy through solar panels. Compared with traditional lamps, solar lamps are more convenient to install and do not need to spend extra costs for maintenance. LED solar lamps have a longer service life and are environmentally friendly.
Recommend several Canada solar street lights and garden wall lamps for you:
Choose suitable solar LED light according to the natural conditions
According to the light conditions, the southern provinces are mainly responsible for the larger amount of radiation. Canadian sun-rich regions include New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. You can in different areas
The northern part of New Brunswick is mountainous, the central part is a plateau covered by forest, and the east is relatively flat. The average temperature in winter is -15 ℃, and in summer is 22 ℃. Except for the safeguard for installation in mountainous and forests, you should ensure the stability of solar lamps in winter.
The Atlantic Ocean almost surround Nova Scotia and can be said to be an island. 25-32℃ in summer, -5℃-0 in winter. The salt content in coastal areas is high, so you should consider the erosion of lamps. The southern part of Saskatchewan is a plain, and the northern part is a shield area. Most of the province is northern Taiga. The average temperature in summer is 25 ℃, and in winter is -25 ℃. Pay attention to can’t shelter when installing solar lamps in forest areas, and ensure stability in winter.
Alberta is mountainous in the west and plain in the east. The average temperature in summer is around 15°C, and the north sometimes drops to -20°C in winter. In addition, to the safeguard for installation in mountainous and forests, ensure stability in winter.
The terrain of Manitoba is flat. The temperature in summer is around 25℃, the daytime in winter is generally around 0℃, and the lowest can reach -24℃. Pay attention to the stability of solar lamps in winter. The temperature in the east of Canada is slightly lower, in the south is moderate and in the west is mild and humid. The north is cold and tundra climate and the Arctic islands are frosty all year round.
Sresky’s solar power led street lights to have a waterproof rating of IP65 and are corrosion resistant. Besides Sresky’s products have three core technologies, namely ALS technology, TCS technology, FAS technology.