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Streetlight

One of a series of lamps at the top of posts along a street or similar public location.
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TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 6, 2013-Textura-CPM helps Streetlights Residential standardize construction payment
The residents have demanded of the TMA to repair the out of order streetlights on priority.
The company's SL-Victory family of LED streetlights has won UL with its outstanding efficacy of 130lumen per watt.
Hay said the decision incensed him because it rewarded those who could afford to pay for their own streetlights, while those who could not were still left in the dark.
As of August, 38,000 of Los Angeles's 52,000 installed streetlights have been outfitted with ROAM technology, which streamlines maintenance operations and monitors energy usage in real time.
In a typical city, almost 40 percent of the electricity budget is consumed by streetlights.
We need to stop leaving our communities in the dark and come up with a program where people have streetlights,'' said Stacy Bellew, a spokeswoman for Cardenas.
Once a streetlight problem is reported, the new reporting system sends the customer an email with a tracking number, location and pole number.
The City of Port Alberni has made the funding provisions for the replacement of the 525 core metal pole streetlights during the 2016 budget session.
An official from CDA, on contact said that because of some technical problems streetlights of many sectors are dysfunctional.
Mumtaz Shah another resident of Iqbal Town Uc-24 complained that streetlights have been out of order since long and led to increase in robberies and road accidents.
Of the amount, public bidding for at least 273,000 LED streetlights will be completed by the end of this year, in preparation for installation by the middle of next year.