This project aims to increase awareness of intelligent street lighting and accelerate the use of the technologies across Europe. Project partners plan to assess energy savings in different settings, helping to coordinate procurement initiatives, speed up the development of legislation and standards, and draw up a list of customers requirements.
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- During the project period more than 20.000 intelligent street lights (adaptive luminaires) have been installed by partners directly, another 65.000 units are identified.
- Under the International Commission on Illumination, CIE, a new standard is developed taking into account adaptive (intelligent) streetlighting. An administrative tool for handling adaptive lighting is set into operation in Oslo. The energy performance contract (EPC) model is modified for streelighting purposes.
- The project partners has performed seminars, workshops and presented papers at several international events. The manufacturing partners reports about a rapid increase of tender documents and tentative projects planned/designed for Intelligent streetlight solutions.
- The market for intelligent streetlighting is increasing rapidly. The market players now consider adaptive lighting as an energy efficient solution available in the market for both new and retrofit installations.
Partners and coordinatorList Map
|Hafslund Nett AS||Norway|
|Black Sea Regional Energy Centre||Bulgaria|
|ELTODO EG||Czech Republic|
|Philips Lys A/S||Denmark|
|Suomalainen Insinööritoimisto Oy||Finland|
|Selc Eireann Teoranta/Selc Ireland Limited||Ireland|
|Krajowa Agencja Poszanowania Energii S.A.||Poland|
|Agência Municipal de Energia de Almada||Portugal|
|Javna Razsvetljava d.d.||Slovenia|
|City of Göteborg, Traffic and Public Transport Authority||Sweden|
Hafslund Nett AS
0047 99 21 30 36
Duration:01/01/2006 to 30/06/2008