Norway has installed inductive street lights that can adjust the light intensity independently on some of the country's roads. The street light is mounted on both sides of a 5 mile (8 km) road. Inductive LED street lights automatically reduce the brightness by 20% when there is no vehicle or pedestrians. When the radar detects the presence of vehicles and pedestrians, the brightness is lifted up to 100%.
It is reported that the inductive street lamp can save 2100 kWh per week, which is more conducive to reducing emissions than other street lamps and is energy-saving and environmentally friendly.