Public Lighting According to World Standards

Public Lighting According to World Standards

“Bekto Precisa”, a company from the city of Gorazde will invest in LED systems in public lighting. With opening a new company in B&H, “Bekto Precisa” will be a sole implementer in public lighting by world standards. As outlined by Mayor of Gorazde – Mohammed Ramoviæ, the Square of Defenders of Gorazde Kulin Ban Street will

“Bekto Precisa”, a company from the city of Gorazde will invest in LED systems in public lighting.

With opening a new company in B&H, “Bekto Precisa”
will be a sole implementer in public lighting by world standards. As outlined by Mayor of Gorazde – Mohammed
Ramoviæ, the Square of Defenders of Gorazde Kulin Ban Street will be the first
public area in BiH that will illumine the new LED systems.

“A new and efficient way to huge energy savings will be lighting
of these streets, and work on setting up street lights are being worked on by JKP
6 March”. This pilot project was carried out in
cooperation with the municipality of Gorazde, a way of highlighting the
advantages of this are enormous”, said Ramoviæ.

He added that, with a new system of street lighting that will
allow a number of advantages for the city, even more important facts that the lighting
fixtures, made by international standards will be produced in Gorazde.

After Gorazde, the new lighting systems will be implemented in the
municipalities of Foca-Ustikolina, Novo Gorazde and the Old Town of Sarajevo. “With the LED public lighting we will
be closer to Europe, which introduced a ban on production of conventional light
bulbs last year and began with the installation of LED systems on the streets
of Germany. The new company in Gorazde will employ 50 workers.

The company emphasizes that the benefits of new systems of public
lighting, among other things is the average lifespan of lamps which is longer
than 12 years, while the existing lamps must be changed every two to four
years.

By replacing old lighting fixtures, the power consumption is
reduced by 66 percent, a gain of 116 percent more light. Colors with high contrast light helps
in reducing the number of traffic accidents, optimal routing of light, helping
to prevent crime.

 

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