Solar LED Street Light Project in Djibouti

  • With the good performance of the wireless solar traffic light system in the pilot project, by the end of August 2012, our engineers finally finished the training and installation assistance for another 25 sets of systems in Djibouti.

  • Before our wireless solar traffic system was introduced, there was no traffic light there. The result is during the night fall, more and more people and vehicles crowded in the streets and caused heavy traffic jam and accidents happened now and then.

    We hope our solar traffic system can be more and more popular in these countries and bring more convenience to people's daily life.

  • After the solar traffic lights were introduced there, a lot of advantages appear, such as low running cost. Since the power is from the solar energy, which is clean and rich, it avoids the problem of grid-power failure and assures the normal operation of the traffic system for 24 hours a day. With wireless controller, it shortens the construction period and causes no damage to roads or traffic flow. And it saves construction cost and is easy for assembly. In a word, this is the best choice to apply this system here in Djibouti.

    We hope our solar traffic system can be more and more popular in these countries and bring more convenience to people's daily life.

    Installed the First Solar Traffic Lights System in Djibouti

  • With the recommendation by a trade company in Guangzhou, Stanpower has cooperated with Djibouti Telecom and installed successfully the first solar traffic lights system in Djibouti, east Africa.

  • With the invitation from their government, our engineer has travelled to Djibouti since this July for project research, engineering design and pilot project installation support. Based on local environment and conditions, our engineer recommended our solar traffic system with wireless intelligent traffic controllers because of the abundant solar resources and little rains.

    So far, the pilot project has been done, waiting for the President's inspection tour, so it's a big event for their people and Stanpower, and we Stanpower feel proud that we can contribute to the safe transportation with our reliable traffic products for people worldwide. After this, our traffic lights system will be widely applied in this country, together with our LED street lights for retrofitting the traditional street lamps.

  • Djibouti is bordered by Eritrea in the north, Ethiopia in the west and south, and Somalia in the southeast. The remainder of the border is formed by the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden at the east. With a population of about 820,000, it is one of the least populous countries in Africa, so it's a small but very beautiful country in Africa.