• Smart Cities
  • Lighting Efficiency

Smart Street Lighting

The Utility Opportunity

Nov 28, 2018 - 2:30 PM EST
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Sponsored By: Telensa

Georgia Power is a pioneer utility in street lighting services. As well as rolling out LED fixtures across its territory, it is responsible for one of the world’s largest deployments of connected lighting controls. The utility is also a leader in deploying service innovations such as on-fixture metering and time-of-use tariffs. Georgia Power’s experiences provide lessons for utilities looking to realize the benefits and address the challenges of smart street lighting.

In this webinar, Eric Woods, research director at Guidehouse Insights, moderates a discussion with Scotty Hutto, manager of the Lighting Services Business Unit at Georgia Power, and Jack Hanley, vice president sales, North America at Telensa, that will explore Georgia Power’s lighting program. The panelists examine how utilities can benefit from deploying smart street lighting. They also look at the technical and commercial challenges facing utilities and how smart street lighting can be stepping stone to other smart city services. 

  • Street lighting
  • LED lighting
  • Connected lighting
  • Smart cities
  • Utility innovations
  • Sustainable cities  
  • How do utilities benefit from deploying smart street lights?
  • What are the regulatory and rate base implications of smart street lighting?
  • What is the role of innovative services such as time-of-use tariffs?
  • What are the technical and organizational challenges related to smart street lighting?
  • How can utilities use smart street lighting as a platform to deploy other smart city innovations?
  • What lessons can other utilities learn from Georgia Power’s smart street lighting roll-out?
  • Utilities
  • Municipalities
  • City service providers 
  • Smart city solutions providers 
  • Software, hardware, and communications providers