Street lighting accounts on average for 40% of a City’s electricity bill: not surprisingly, it represents one of the first services City managers focus on when challenged with budget constraints or green targets. Lots of communities are implementing Smart Lighting programs, which typically mean switching to LED luminaires to increase cost efficiency and sustainability performance. But is this enough?
Turning street lights to energy-efficient LED lamps can save up to 70% in power consumption and related costs. But much more can be achieved. Up to 25% additional power can be saved when transforming the lighting infrastructure into a smart, sentient network, thus enabling full remote management and control of single or grouped luminaires.
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