Energy-efficient LED lighting used for Tower Bridge decorations

As the Queen celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, a team of electricians and   lighting-designers decided to commemorate the memorable day.

They set he iconic Tower Bridge in London aglow, in a green and responsible fashion that has left us awe-struck.

The team used ,500 feet of energy-efficient LED linear lights, 1,800 LED lamps, 1,000 junction boxes and 16,500 feet of cable GE. So they managed to give the Tower Bridge a glittering diamond-like appearance in night.

The Tower Bridge will continue to gleam through the weekend as celebrations continue and will be adorned for the 2012 Olympic Games.

This lighting system used for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee uses 40% less energy than traditional lighting used earlier for similar occasions.

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