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Innovative Solutions to Reduce the Maintenance Cost of Public Lighting in Cities

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Posted August 12, 2019

Enel believes that innovation is indivisible from sustainability and research of most effective and sustainable technologies requires a constant and focused effort. Enel is seeking solutions to reduce the cost of maintenance of public lighting systems.

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This Theoretical Challenge requires only a written proposal.

Overview

Enel would like to optimize the costs of construction, operation and maintenance of the street public lighting (intended as a complex system consisting of an electrical panel and its components, i.e. lines, supports, arms and lighting bodies). For this particular Challenge, the Solver should focus on technologies/best practices that can reduce maintenance costs or man-hours of maintenance activities.

Submissions will include a technical description of the technology/best practice and evidence of its ability to lower cost and/or man-hours on the maintenance of public Lighting Systems.

Submissions to this Challenge must be received by 11:59 PM (Central European Time) on September 20, 2019.

About the Seeker

Enel X is a global company with strong roots in the energy sector and an open strategy geared towards digitalisation, sustainability and innovation. Enel X uses a smart, simple and fast technologies to help our customers discover a new way of using energy, all over the world.

In order to provide the new solutions requested by customers and to be ready for the future, Enel X has structured its business line into four Global Product Lines – e-Industries, e-Mobility, e-Home, e-City.

Source: InnoCentive

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