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Tuesday, 17 July 2007 17:08

Solar Powered LED-Street Lamps coming soon

Written by David Stellmack

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It’s About Time


Topco Scientific says it is making progress on its production of solar-LED street lamps, and anticipates shipment to start in Q4 of 2007, according to a Chinese-language Apple Daily report.

The report cited investors stating that shipments for solar-LED street lamps will begin soon. Estimated retail for each environmentally friendly LED street lamp is estimated at US$1,000, which should result in substantial sales and revenue for the new company.

Topco Scientific is also reported to be considering future production of solar-LED street lamps with built-in surveillance cameras, according to the same Apple Daily report.

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