Illuminating solution for Abidjan
The Ivory Coast power company CIE is using City NMS® for 1,120 lighting points as part of an innovative solution to facilitate the operation of the street lighting network and reduce energy consumption.
% is the targeted average reduction in energy consumption
million people live in the city
Bouygues Energies & Services proposed the installation of Citybox®, its innovative solution for the city’s smart street lighting system that does not require additional civil engineering work. Abidjan already had the NMS system, which is the first building block to developing urban services via the Citybox solution.
Bouygues Energies & Services deployed all of its expertise on this project in order to provide the best possible lighting for the city by combining comfort for the inhabitants with reduced energy consumption.
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