While others try to save energy we recycle energy. Common artificial light sources consume energy, such as electricity in order to illuminate. Our products absorb this artificial light energy and natural light, store it and then re-emit it when it's dark. We call this process "light recycling".
Due to proprietary engineering and highest quality manufacturing, our products are highly efficient at storing and re-emitting this energy in unmatched intensity and duration. The simple presence of our products reduces the need for artificial lighting, resulting in reduced energy consumption and costs. Additionally, when using our products, there is no need for infrastructure, meaning no power supply, no solar cell, no cables, no batteries, no bulbs, no maintenance or potential safety issues. Our products work during power outages, rolling blackouts and disasters.
Total product lifecycle costs are minimal compared to other solutions, due to the simple installation and no maintenance. Since it lessens the need for electric street lamps at night, it's not only better for the environment but cheaper for cities to use. Plus, it looks a lot better than standard highway lines.
India has a huge potential of development in terms of its public transport, road safety, encouraging cyclists, pedestrians etc. There is an incredible amount of hardware needed to have something very immaterial, which is light. These gigantic street lamps and cables and wires and maintenance. There is a need to improve awareness among the city residents to take the city to a sustainable future. The futuristic roads will be lined with paint treated with photo-luminizing that makes street lighting unnecessary, charges in the sunlight and emits a blue/green glow for up to 10 hours at night. Our products will work all night without the need for artificial energy. For industries that operate at night and need added safety measures (i.e. manufacturing plants, trains, boats, offshore rigs, planes, etc.) or during longer power outages, this becomes important. Painted areas, for example, are capable of emitting enough afterglow that orientation throughout the night is possible.