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The consortium of Spanish companies (Indal, maatG nozzle and EKOPlc) together with the research centers (the I2cat Foundation and the Complutense University in Madrid) are conducting a pioneering project so that the SmartCity concept is getting closer and closer. The goal of the EFFICity Project being to transform cities into a living organism to act in an almost autonomous way using luminaires as communication nodes and as receivers of data coming from other smart sensors.
Haarlemmermeer is working hard to make itself sustainable. The replacement of conventional road lighting by LED lighting is entirely in line with Haarlemmermeer municipality’s objective of realizing a sustainable society through innovation. Haarlemmermeer has a special program to support this initiative and therefore they assigned an extra budget of 750,000 euros for the implementation of LED luminaires. Part of this budget has been used for this project.
Suffolk County Council is pursuing an ambitious target of becoming the greenest county. To succeed, this aspiration requires a commitment from every individual, community and business in the county. Each will be required to embrace the climate change challenge and work together on a long-term plan to improve the environment.