Shanghai will basically achieve full coverage of the city's road lighting LED lamps in 2023
The reporter learned from the Municipal Housing and Construction Commission today that Shanghai will basically achieve full coverage of the city's road lighting LED lamps in 2023. After the transformation is completed, the city can save about 350 million kWh of electricity every year, which is equivalent to saving 117,000 tons of standard coal and reducing 350,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions every year.
According to statistics, the total number of road lighting facilities in Shanghai is about 825,400, and the annual electricity consumption is about 780 million kWh. Among them, about 701,400 light sources are high-pressure sodium lamps, accounting for 85% of the total. "Compared with the new LED light sources, high-pressure sodium lamps have disadvantages such as high energy consumption, short service life, low color rendering index, and dim light efficiency." Yinwei, the lighting section of the Municipal Comprehensive Management Center, told reporters that most of the high-pressure sodium lamps in stock exceeded more than service life, in recent years, the new road lighting facilities in Shanghai have adopted LED lamps.
According to the "Shanghai Three-Year Action Plan for Promoting Energy-Saving Renovation of Road Lighting Facilities (2021-2023)", Shanghai plans to replace about 701,400 LED lamps in three years, of which 18,000 are replaced by the combination of overhead lines and pole box renovation. To achieve full coverage of the city's road lighting LED lamps. At the same time, improve the road lighting facility management information platform, improve the road lighting intelligent remote control system, and establish a road lighting energy consumption assessment mechanism.
Yin Wei said that in June this year, the Municipal Comprehensive Management Center carried out pilot LED lighting renovations on 75 sets of lamps in the elevated section of Yixian Road near the military industry section and 63 sets of lamps in the section of the elevated section of Tongji Road near the Haijiang section. Intelligent control for debugging, etc., to carry out pilot projects for the promotion of large-scale transformation of the city.
In 2022, Shanghai will complete the replacement of about 250,000 LED lamps, and complete the renovation of the city's elevated expressways, river bridges and tunnels, underpasses, and municipal highways. The renovation of lighting facilities under district management will not be less than 25% of the facilities under the jurisdiction.