Graphene streetlights have been installed in Beijing, China’s Tongzhou District. The lamps will reportedly reduce energy consumption by 20-30% compared to current lamps on the market. Melting the graphene into the adhesive used in the lamps uses graphene’s heat-conducting properties. Twenty eight streetlights, comprised of eight to nine different models were installed to improve the curb-appeal of the city.
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