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Port Of Sagunto Will Reduce Energy Consumption In Roads By 54% With Installation Of LED Streetlights

Port of Sagunto will reduce energy consumption in roads by 54% with installation of LED streetlights

Source: Valenciaport
500 sodium vapor luminaires will be replaced by LED type before this summer – March 2, 2021 The Port Authority of Valencia has put out to tender this measure that has a budget of 232,219 euros It is one of the actions more in the objective of the decarbonization of the Valenciaport venues València, March 2, 2021 The Port Authority of València (APV) has put out
to tender the replacement of all the streetlights of the public roads of the port of Sagunto with other LEDs of lower consumption, greater efficiency and less polluting than will allow a 54% reduction in energy consumption. Specifically, it is planned to replace 505 sodium vapor lights with LED lamps that will be installed before this summer, an action that has an award amount of 232,219 euros and an execution period of three months. This project is 50% financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), through the Operational Program for Sustainable Growth 2014-2020 within the thematic objective 4-Low carbon economy. This action, which has already been carried out in the lights of the Port of València, is part of the objectives of continuous improvement of energy efficiency in the port facilities of the PAV and one more step in the goal of 2030, zero emissions of Valenciaport. To achieve this objective, other actions are already underway such as the electrical substation of the Port of València that will allow the electrical connection of ships while they are docked, the commitment to the use of hydrogen in port facilities or the use of alternative fuels such as liquified natural gas (LNG). The Valenciaport Business Plan for the coming years includes actions to promote green energy and the reduction of energy consumption within the framework of Valenciaport 2030, zero emissions. Thus, 3.2 million euros will be invested in energy efficiency programs and consumption control systems, while in the generation of alternative energies, 15 million euros are planned for wind generation and 2.8 million euros for energy systems. photovoltaic generation. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia)

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