City of Venice to get new public lighting system

City of Venice to get new public lighting system


The fourth edition of ForumLED Europe, the international congress and exhibition bringing t ogether key p layers in the LE D sector, will take place in Paris this year on the 21st and 22nd of November 2012.

LUCI will be chairing a conference session on the use of LED lighting in cities’ historical areas. The session will feature speakers from the City of Venice, which recently decided to rapidly transform its public lighting system.


The system which currently consists of 52 000 light units, will be renovated to include LED technology, a photovoltaic self-supply, and special lighting systems to avoid light pollution along the city’s bridges.


The municipality foresees energy savings of up to 6 500 000 kWh per year, with a reduction of 4 500 000 kg of Co2.
More information on the ForumLED conferences at www.forumled.com

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