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CBS News report touts benefits of new LED technology Smart street lights that “track everything we do all the time” are on the horizon ac

Solar Flower Petal Street Lamps Bloom by Day, Illuminate the Night. Photovoltaic petals that open during the day to collect the sun’s rays and transform them into energy. Then at night, the light closes and LED lights turn on to brighten city streets.

Sustainable City Light is an ingenious system of street lights that hide her in. It’s solar powered street lights which, like a flower opening up with the sunrise, with photovoltaic sensors .

Street Charge by PENSA!

envision an easily installed urban street lamp which uses solar energy to drive its LED lights, offering built-in USB gadget charging, and an optional seating area.

LED lighting used as streetlight that can be controlled and maintained from one central point. Seen at Philips Innovation Experience in Eindhoven.

LED lighting used as streetlight that can be controlled and maintained from one central point. Seen at Philips Innovation Experience in Eindhoven.

GIRAFFE STREET LAMP  A mix of a streetlight, a swing and a giraffe, this conceptual project harnesses the kinetic energy produced each time someone swings back and forth on its seat to power a super-efficient LED light. As a backup to the kinetic energy supplied by people, the Giraffe uses an elevated solar panel hood to soak up the solar variety, storing it in a battery for later use.

Giraffe Street Lamp is a very cute self-sustaining swing design that provides illumination at night. It harnesses kinetic energy each time you swing and as a double back up, utilizes the solar panel hood to soak some more energy goodness.

Deco Street Lamp Concept

Smart design meets urban light in this minimal LED street lamp design by Igor Solovyov. The steel and aluminum-cast lamp reaches upward with just a slight

Finned LED streetlights go for flashy look... Cree releases high-design and traditional LED streetlights to speed adoption of long-lasting and efficient LEDs in municipalities. Cree's latest line of streetlights are lower priced, but the primary savings comes from reduced maintenance. The payback from this latest line is typically within a few years.

Lighting company Cree recently unveiled its all-new AeroBlades, fin-shaped modular LED lights that can be used as both streetlights and security lighting.