Municipality of Lovech launches a project for modern street lighting

  • Municipality of Lovech launches a project for modern street lighting
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    On 27 September 2021, in the city of Lovech in the press office of BTA a start-up conference took place on the project “Energy efficiency modernization of urban systems for external artificial lighting of the town of Lovech and village Doyrentzi”, Agreement No BGENERGY-2 .001-0101-007/14.03. 2021, financed through the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2014-2021/FM of EEA 2014-2021/. It is implemented under Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Security Program /REEEESP/.

On 27 September 2021, in the city of Lovech in the press office of BTA a start-up conference took place on the project “Energy efficiency modernization of urban systems for external artificial lighting of the town of Lovech and village Doyrentzi”, Agreement No BGENERGY-2 .001-0101-007/14.03. 2021, financed through the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2014-2021/FM of EEA 2014-2021/. It is implemented under Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Energy Security Program /REEEESP/.

The event was attended by Cornelia Marinova, Mayor of Lovech Municipality, Ventzislav Hristov-Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Lovech, arch. Mincho Petkov - Chief Architect of the Municipality of Lovech, the Project Management Team, municipal administration experts, and the media. A partner of the Municipality of Lovech in the implementation of the project is “EMPIENERGY” OOD Kingdom of Norway.

The main objective of the project is through the implementation of the envisaged energy efficiency measures to increase the energy efficiency class of external artificial lighting systems in the city of Lovech and the village of Doyrentzi, which will ensure better living conditions for the local population and higher quality of the urban environment.

The project includes the following activities:

Replacement of existing conventional street lights with highly efficient LED luminaires;

Introduction of an automated system for centralized management and monitoring of street lighting;

Introduction of measures for the use of energy from renewable energy sources.