27,000 LED streetlights, controlled with LUMINTELL™ remote lighting management system and the capacity to generate Public Wi-Fi will help transform Talca municipality into a smart city.
ONE OF THE BIGGEST LIGHTING PROJECTS WITH LUMINTELL™ AND WI-FI IN LATIN AMERICA
The municipality of Talca, in Chile, will become the first municipality in Latin America to install a total of 27,000 LED streetlights, controlled with LUMINTELL™ remote lighting management system and the capacity to generate Public Wi-Fi.
Energy consumption will be drastically reduced due to the switch to high-performance energy-efficient LED lighting. At the same time, the quality of light will improve and CO2 emissions will be reduced.
FACTS AND FIGURES
In particular, a 66% annual reduction in electricity consumption is expected. This means a drop of almost 8,000,000 kWh per year. Additionally, CO2 emissions to the atmosphere are expected to be reduced by 2,227 tons a year.
The investment, including installation, has a payback period of less than 5 years, equal to the warranty period of 5 years. The technical lifetime of the installation is 16.7 years, more than 3 times the payback period and the warranty period.
According to Jakob Meiland Hansen, Managing Director at Novalume Chile, “Novalume provided the best solution for Talca’s Mayor, Enrique Castro Prieto, in his efforts to reduce the operating expenditure of the city while minimizing their environmental impact and transforming Talca City into a smart city.“
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Several municipalities worldwide have already chosen Novalume as their preferred turnkey lighting solutions provider to improve their light quality and public services, implement smart lighting systems with energy optimisation with sensors, cut their energy costs and reduce their carbon footprint.
To get a free demo of the Lumintell™ Smart City solution or get in touch with Novalume, please call this number 004535378888 or send an email at email@example.com.
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