Korea’s Yuyang Dnu and the Langley Township forms an international partnership

An international LED project was begun in a softball field of Langley Township due to the brand new technology and an international partnership between Korea’s Yuyang Dnu Co. Ltd. and the Langley Township.

On the evening of June 19, an official lighting ceremony was held by the Township and the Korean partners. “Cooperating with businesses around the world and seeking ways to enhance the Langley Township’s international business opportunities is part of the Township’s economic development vision.” said Mayor Jack Froese. “It is really exciting to see these international partnerships, especially when they create such valuable results. Tonight we are celebrating the application of new technology and this partnership, which will greatly benefit our local sport user groups, protect the environment, and saving energy consumption for Langley.”

The high output LED 600W flood lights have been used to provide night time lighting in Philip Jackman Park at 32 Avenue and 271 Street in Aldergrove. It has been proved that LED flood lights can reduce power consumption by 40% while still providing the brightness required to carry out activities at night.

According to Korea’s Yuyang Dnu Co. Ltd, the LED flood lights developed by them will save more than 152 million watts if used for 4 hours each day for 10 years. The savings due to using LED flood lights is equivalent to the electricity consumption used by 50 households in one year.

The project was established with the support from the Korea Trade & Investment Promotion Agency’s (KOTRA) World Champ Project. KOTRA represents the commercial section of the Korean Consulate General and World Champ, and it is a program aimed at attracting global attention to medium-sized Korean companies.

The Langley Township had worked with KOTRA to supply LED street lights in Murrayville. While traditionally LED lights appear dimmer. With Yuyang Dnu’s LED flood lights bright enough, KOTRA was looking for an opportunity to showcase the technology and the new product. The flood lights at Philip Jackman Park had reached the end of their lifespan and needed replacing, then, the partnership was formed.

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