City of Phoenix to install solar LED streetlights

ClearWorld, L.L.C. has recently expanded its reach from New Orleans to Phoenix.

The city of Phoenix will be installing ClearWorld’s unique Solar LED Streetlight solution as part of a pilot program to test the innovation and solar light solution to the valley of the sun.

The selection of ClearWorld, which has a unique patented system, allows the solar lighting system to be retrofitted to fit virtually any existing light pole, according to a press release. This saves replacement costs for existing infrastructure when a pole and electrical trenching is not necessary.

ClearWorld LLCThe lights are not affected by flooding, can withstand up to 150 MPH wind, extreme temperatures and can last up to 8-10 days with low light conditions, and up to 3 days in no light conditions, stated the release.

With ClearWorld lights, the city will have safer and brighter lit areas, as statistics prove that less crime happens at night in low light areas, according to the release.

To that end, the lights also have a wireless monitoring system to expedite the maintenance process and advise city officials of performance through a web-based management software portal. The software allows users to remotely monitor and manage lights to include the operating schedule and on/off powering, dimming, power metering for each light, performance monitoring to include notifications using e-mail and text messaging, as well as a Google Maps interface to pinpoint location, stated the release.

Not only will ClearWorld’s lights bring safety and a reliable light source through severe weather conditions, they also prove to accumulate a vast amount of savings. The energy efficiency of the lights as well as the new monitoring system for maintenance of the lights themselves made the choice to transition to solar LED an easy one, according to the release.

Phoenix’s Streetlight Guidelines requires all new developments with outdoor lighting to install LEDs, stated the release.

“Phoenix is embracing our technology and innovation with this test. Our product will bring the transition from standard lighting to LED lighting with ease and prove that lighting should be a no-cost solution to John Q. Taxpayer,” stated Larry Tittle, president of ClearWorld, in the release. “We are very excited about the relationship we are building with the City of Phoenix and ecstatic to see the progression of energy efficiency throughout the city.”

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