Guangzhou is the third largest city of China counting 12,7 million inhabitants on a 7434 km2 territory. It is located in the southern part of China, close to Hong Kong and Macau, and is the provincial city of the Guangdong Province . It is a major economic, politic and culture center in China.
Guangzhou owns the third biggest trade harbor, which contributes to its prosperity. In addition to this, it is particularly dynamic in all three sectors of activity: agriculture, the industry and the tertiary sector.
PUBLIC LIGHTING MANAGEMENT
The City of Guangzhou is responsible for
- street lighting
- decorative and architectural lighting
- lighting for sports facilities
- festive lighting
The maintenance is outsourced through a call for tender. A complete, pragmatic and achievable plan for maintenance works and statistics management is set up. The maintenance team checks the public lighting network according to a fixed schedule.
One of the objectives set by the City regarding maintenanance work is to further the efforts made on solving safety issues, including prevention of vandalism and other unpredictable incidents.
Some street lighting projects in the main districts of the city are outsourced as well as part of Huangpu District street lighting and other rural street lighting projects.
A landscape lighting plan as well as a plan for functional lighting has been finalised in 2015.
LIGHTING FACTS AND FIGURES
- Number of lighting points: 200 000
- Total power used for public lighting (kW): 3 696
Guangzhou International Light Festival
For more information, see the online LUCI Light Festival Calendar.
MORE INFORMATION: http://english.gz.gov.cn/