Yerevan , with more that 1 060 000 inhabitants, is the capital and the largest city of Armenia (35% of the population of the country). Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the adminisrative, cultural and industrial center of the country.
The city has undergone major transformations since 2000 with large-scale urban development projects. Tourism is growing rapidly in Armenia and the capital city is one of the major tourists destinations.
PUBLIC LIGHTING MANAGEMENT
The municipality is responsible for
- street lighting
- lighting for parks, gardens and playgrounds
- lighting for surface and underground passages, arched passageways and bridges
- festive lighting
Lighting master plan
A lighting plan defines the development of the lighting network and the number of lighting points that will be installed for the coming years.
Some recently implemented lighting projects
- Lighting of the road to the Dalma Gardens
- Lighting of a section of Arshakunyats avenue
- A pilot project implemented on Isakov and Mashtots avenues
LIGHTING FACTS AND FIGURES
- Number of lighting points: 60 913
llumination at various occasions like: open air concerts, Yerevan celebration, other calendar holidays of National importance