According to the news report, "The report states that Jamaica Public Service," JPS "for short) announced that its goal of replacing the 105,000 sets of street lights in the island with LED lights has been completed by 62%.
According to JPS, about 65,000 street lights have been replaced with LED lights since 2019. The company plans to replace another 25,000 lights in 2020, and is expected to complete the installation in 2021. Compared with traditional street lights, the upgraded LED street lights are more energy efficient and have better lighting effects. At the same time, the intelligent controller provides remote control and monitoring, so maintenance is more efficient .
It is reported that this plan started in 2017 and was implemented under the joint arrangement of Yabu and JPS to help reduce monthly bills. Municipal companies have an average monthly bill of $ 280 million, or $ 2.6 billion per year. In June 2017, JPS began to replace 105,000 sets of energy-intensive street lights with LED intelligent control street lights across the island Hyperlite Led High Bay Light - TALE Series
According to reports, the LED intelligent control system is expected to reduce street lighting costs by 50% -60%. The intelligent control system can measure each lamp and monitor the status and consumption of street lamps the high bay LED lights.
JPS said that more and more countries in the world have installed LED street lights in the city and nationwide. Once the smart LED street light project is completed, LED lights are now popular indoors and outdoors, and the state has reduced costs for it. Energy saving and more benefits