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ESOLi aims to increase the awareness of intelligent street lighting and accelerate the use of the best available technologies across Europe.
The overall objective of ESOLi is to foster the extended use of intelligent lighting systems in outdoor areas and to remove barriers for a large scale technology roll-out.
The Project partners plan to assess energy savings in different settings, help to coordinate procurement initiatives, speed up the development of legislation and standards, and draw up a list of customers’ requirements.
The ESOLi consortium is composed of 16 partners from 14 European countries. They are street lighting operators (incl. utilities), energy agencies, local authorities, key actors, industry representatives and consultants.
ESOLi (Energy Saving Outdoor Lighting) is a project funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe program of the European Union.
ESOLi flyer NO - PDF
September 19, 2011: City of Oslo today announced that the city has awarded a large streetlight ESCO company a contract to deploy a Segment Controller software in each of the 750 streetlight cabinets and a Control & Monitoring software to control the entire City's street lighting network. Thanks to the powerline technology and the Monitoring Software, the City of Oslo shall save energy, provide better and controlled street lighting services to citizen and be prepared to deploy Green Smart City applications. More info
Workshop presentations in municipalities and counties in Norway
- 1-PRINSIPPSKISSE - JPEG
- Del 1 Veg- og gatebelysning Per Ole Wanvik - PDF
- Del 2 Veg-og gatebelysning Morten Iversen - PDF
- Del 3 Veg- og gatebelysning Per Ole Wanvik - PDF
- Tunnelbelysning Per Ole Wanvik - PDF
- Presentasjon Norconsult Sandvika - PDF
- REN-UTFORDRINGER_MULIGHETER - PDF
- Innbydelse LK seminar 20110928 - PDF
- LUCI-03-04-12 - PDF
- OVERSATT_N_ESOLI_NO - PDF
- SEMINAEr 28v-ESOLI norcon-Deltageger - PDF
- Seminar 28-ESOLi - Norconsult - PDF
- Temadager veglys siste 2 - PDF
- WP_7-ESOLi_Presentation-Munich-March-2011 - PDF