Colombia gets sustainable public lighting with Enel X

As of April the citizens of Villapinzón and El Colegio in the Colombian department of Cundinamarca have been enjoying a new upgraded public lighting system featuring latest-generation LED lights that have a drastically reduced environmental impact

Published on 2 May 2019

Sustainable LED lighting installation in Colombia | Enel X

Another victory in the battle for energy efficiency and environmental sustainability: the Enel X Colombia e-City team have upgraded the public lighting systems in the Municipalities of Villapinzón and El Colegio in the department of Cundinamarca, Colombia.

On April 5 Enel X completed a latest-generation LED public lighting system in the town of Villapinzón in the Colombian province of Almeida, 80 km outside Bogotà. The official inauguration was attended by the Mayor of Villapinzón, Gildardo Melo, the Enel X B2G team and hundreds of local residents from the municipality.  

Villapinzón has joined other municipalities in the department of Cundinamarca by embarking on a path of modernisation and energy efficiency. In all, six municipalities spread across urban and rural areas are involved and will see the entirety of their filament lights used for public lighting upgraded with new LED versions.


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