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Latin Americans push new efficient lighting technologies

Entrepreneurs from Argentina, Costa Rica and Guatemala are working to develop new lighting technologies and lighting designs with the aim of modernizing their urban and interior environments With energy efficiency, representatives of each country reported today.

Panama, June 29 (EFE) .- Entrepreneurs from Argentina, Costa Rica and Guatemala are working on developing new lighting technologies and lighting designs with the aim of modernizing their Energy-efficient urban and interior settings, representatives of each country reported today.

Delegates from various lighting chambers and energy associations Latin America explained at the inauguration of the second edition of the InterLumi Lighting Fair 2017, which will run until July 1 in the Panamanian capital, which is necessary To boost the lighting market in the region.

The coordinator of the Argentine Chamber of Electronic, Electromechanical and Lighting Industries, (Cadiel), Alejandro Attis, Since the guild, which brings together 260 manufacturing companies in different lighting, energy, electronics and low voltage sectors, wants to modernize its country with market trends.

Spokesman for Cadiel said that for two years Argentina has updated its tariff rate table, so that there was a rise in electricity prices, therefore many Companies began to make efficient and energy-saving light bulbs.

"Before anyone was bothered to save energy, today is very necessary and each one does his part, Which will change about 4 million luminaires of old technology to LED light, "he said.

While interior lighting companies are focused on Invest in development and innovation in product lines of Argentine models.

Although this manufacturing of devices is local, do not rule out that their products reach other countries Based on quality standards approved by Argentine public bodies.

Attis said that, like other manufacturing countries in the region, they have also been affected by the importation of Asian products for the lowest prices they offer.

Efraín López, a member of the Guatemalan Association of Lighting, told Efe that previously innovation in the sector Lighting was unique to the architects and electrical engineers who built the buildings, but now other professionals, such as designers, have contributed a creative and

"We have been able to make more efficient, architectural and formal lighting proposals, not only in Guatemala, but also in Belize," he said. Partner.

The coordinator of the Costa Rican Chamber of Foreign Trade (Crecex), Jonhatan Calderón, told Efe that the country's reference to its energy efficiency policies Has served for other nations to become interested in how the sector is handled locally.

The representative added that companies that import products on lighting, Have been focused on innovating and acquiring sustainable technology.

The commercial event, which will culminate on Saturday, is attended by 121 exhibitors and representatives of 151 Brands from 21 countries, and includes a space for VIP buyers where there are about 100 trade meetings between wholesalers, retailers and distributors.

InterLumi Panama 2017 Is organized by the Panamanian company América Expo Group and has the support of the Technological University of Panama (UTP), the National Authority of Public Services (ASEP) and the Agency Of Investment Promotion (Proinvex).

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