Solar-powered LED Signboards to Brighten Up Manila Street Inaugurated

Friday, September 30, 2016

Manila, which is the capital of the Philippines is one of the most crowded areas in the country. This why at night, it is very important that the surroundings will be well lit. I usually go to Manila specifically at Divisoria and Quiapo and I've seen a lot of wonderful changes lately. Thankfully, another good change welcomed us when the City Government of Manila inagurated a Solar-powered LED signboards with street lights along Quezon boulevard and the event happened at Quaipo, Manila.

 Broadcaster Rey Langit with Vice Chairman of Global Goldgoal Inc. Hon. Lee Inje 
and JR Langit
  Broadcaster Rey Langit with Vice Chairman of Global Goldgoal Inc. Hon. Lee Inje 

Mayor Joseph Ejercito Estrada facilitated the event and did a speech as well even though it was raining hard that night. Some of the Manilenos were to to witness the momentous event and were also excited to see their beloved Mayor.

Mayor Estrada thanked the Korean Company Global Gold Goral Inc, he said, “Ibig kong personal na magpasalamat sa Global Gold Goal Inc., na nag donate sa lungsod ng Maynila ng sampung libong lamp posts na napakalaking bagay. Bukod sa maliliwanagan lahat ang mga kalye sa Maynila, makakatulong pa sa kapayapaan at katahimikan.”

Watch his full speech here:

According to Vice Chairman Hon. Lee Inje of Global Gold Goal Inc, the street lights will help enlighten the greater area and center of Quaipo district and will also lessen the crimes in the area which is also part of their mission and advocacy. Hon. Lee Inje is pure Korean and have stayed around the area for years now since 2002. He said that Manila is very close to his heart which is why he will do anything to help the said city and the country as well. 

The said LED Signboards will run commercial ads, public service announcements of City of Manila and anti-drug campaigns of National Government plus the upcoming big event Asian Summit and Miss Universe Pageant next year and more. All of these events will be seen in the LED Signboards that will run 82 times a day.

The street lights will be accompanied by closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and LED display signboards. These are all solar powered. The use of renewable energy resources like solar light is mandated by Republic Act 9153 or the Renewable Energy Act of 2008.

Locations: Quiapo (30 LED) Lerma (8 LED) Kalaw (18 LED)

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