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ReneSola launches LED lighting solutions network in U.S

Sabeena Wahid

2015-08-26 17:43:15


ReneSola launches LED lighting solutions network in U.S

ReneSola has entered into the American renewable energy market with the launching of its new LED lighting solutions network. ReneSola America expanded its sales and logistic division in 12 states including California, Arizona, Oregon, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Florida and Tennessee.

The Company’s LED product line features 77 models, including an LED Light Bulb, Spot Light, Troffer Light, Down Light, High Bay Light, Street Light and Tunnel Light. ReneSola’s LED products have been used for a wide range of lighting projects, including in seaports, hotels, automobile dealerships, and universities since 2014. 
Each of ReneSola’s newly launched LED models achieve CE certification from TUV SUD, a globally recognized and government-designated certification body responsible for product testing and the certification of electronic products. In 2013, ReneSola unveiled its new line of LED products at Birmingham, UK. ReneSola is committed to providing innovative lighting solutions for industrial, retail, commercial and public markets. Company’s experienced R&D team and advanced technology supports the development of ReneSola’s comprehensive LED product line. Their LED light series are designed to help customers in a wide range of applications by offering stable product performance and energy saving at lower costs. 
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, shifting to LED lights over the next two decades will save $250 billion in energy costs, reduce electricity consumption for lighting by nearly 50 percent and avoid 1,800 million metric tons of carbon emissions in US. In 2019, LEDs are estimated to achieve a 53 percent penetration of the global lighting market. It is also estimated that by 2017, LED lamps which have a cool white colour are projected to cost approximately 1.3 U.S. dollars per kilolumen.

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