Puçol bets on energy efficiency by integrating solar street lights
Puçol es un municipio español de la Comunidad Valenciana. Located in the northeast of the province of Valencia, in the Huerta Norte region, it has 19,359 inhabitants.
Thanks to its geographical location, between the sea and the mountains, the origins of Puçol go back to the time of the Romans who settled in the Trull del Moro. They call the place Puteus, which means well, because of the large amount of water in the area. Its most important monuments, the Santos Juanes Church and the Archbishop’s Palace, were built in the 17th century by the Archbishop of Valencia, Juan de Ribera, who also built one of the first botanical gardens in Spain.
LUXES a sustituido la iluminación convencional de las calles, jardines, carreteras y parques de Puçol por Focos, Lámparas y por farolas LED accionadas por paneles solaresproviding the whole town and with it its emblematic monuments with a greater illumination that favors the comfort for the pedestrians, tourists and without forgetting the vehicles that pass by its roads, thanks to the technology that uses these lampposts they are able to avoid the reflections at long and short distance, in addition they give off a light that is centered in emphasizing the spaces of each corner of the town. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Luxes, thanks to the integration of this type of luminaire with solar panels, has managed to save 70% of the cost of electricity consumption in Puçol lighting,Luxes has managed to extend the life of the lighting and consequently a saving in installation costs.
But don’t forget that these luminaires aremore environmentally responsible and reduce negative impact.