The popular tourist destination of Valencia has been lit up by energy saving LED light bulbs.
Around 1,000 street lights will have their bulbs replaced with a more eco-friendly version that still has the performance to make the city shine brightly.
According to website Rapid, the bulbs were tested for a year by Revolution LED and found to be more than capable of providing light for Valencia's streets.
The 56 W bulbs, which have "a luminous efficacy of 100 lumens per Watt from a single light source", were found to last three times as long as a 160 W bulb used in street lights according to a recent study by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and Valencian Institute of Technology.
Seoul Semiconductor, which supplied the lighting, said in a press release that the project has already been a success and that the company plans to send over another 3,000 bulbs to light up more Valencian streets.
In addition, Seoul Semiconductor will soon be providing the same LED lighting to the city of Jerez, on the southern tip of Spain. In Jerez, testing is underway where they plan to replace 23,000 street lights with lower emission bulbs.