|Project:||City of Port Coquitlam Street Lighting|
|Owner:||City of Port Coquitlam|
|Number of fixtures:||9|
|Replacement lighting:||LED, Adaptive|
Street Classification: Arterial
Pole Spacing: 21 m
Luminaire Height: 9 m
Replacement of nine 200 W HPS cobra head fixtures with 110 W LED fixtures and adaptive controls on an arterial street.
LED Roadway SAT-96M
Streetlight Intelligence L300 Controller and Lumen Station
Power usage was reduced by 53% which will result in annual energy savings of $47 per fixture**. An estimated 20 year lifespan with minimal maintenance requirements is expected to result in maintenance savings of $25 per fixture. The greenhouse gas emissions avoided will be approximately 112 kg eCO2/fixture/yr***.
Performance charts to be added soon.
“Why wait when the results are obvious? The Port Coquitlam Downtown LED Street Lighting Pilot Project, started in February, 2010 is demonstrating an energy/cost savings of 50% and that there was a total acceptance of LED street lights by the public and downtown businesses. Considering the initial pilot results, Port Coquitlam is now requiring that all new street lights installed in the City be LED systems. With help from our good partners at BC Hydro, we hope to soon convert our existing 3,600 street lights to LED lights, which will help meet our sustainability targets for energy and GHG reductions.“
-Igor R. Zahynacz
Director of Engineering & Operations
City of Port Coquitlam
|Title:||Manager of Environmental Services|