They were made in Italy, more precisely from the Padua the new hybrid street lights by solar energy and wind energy. A combination of solar and wind thanks to a solar panel and a paddle device placed at the upper end of the pole light can be powered with solar energy and wind power.
To actually bring down the field in "Sanya streetlamp", this is the name chosen for the green street light, it was the Chinese region of Pinquan who has physically installed 120 street lamps with wind and solar energy.
The lighting systems were provided by the U.S. Urban Green Energy Inc., which has created these hybrids individually equipping of a wind turbine and two solar panels of 280 watts.
The pole works 100% independently from the network as the energy generated by wind turbines and solar panels is stored in an accumulator at the foot of the lamp, which ensures a secure power supply for at least five days even in the absence of optimal climatic conditions.