Citelum, the EDF Group's intelligent lighting subsidiary and associated connected services, carried out the renovation of Copenhagen's public lighting.
The work carried out is part of the city's desire to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025, in particular by reducing its energy expenditure.
In 3 years, 18 000 light points, i.e. half of Copenhagen's lighting fleet, have been replaced by LED lights. Citelum will maintain the lighting and use its digital MUSE® platform to plan interventions, monitor equipment consumption levels and communicate quickly with the city's technical services.