CopenhagenIn order to set a global example for “carbon neutrality” by 2025, the capital of Denmark has adopted the Citelum Comprehensive management model with the goal of optimizing the operational and environmental performance of its Public Urban lighting services (public lighting, artistic lighting,and illuminations; 45,000 lighting points). The work of Citelum’s teams is guided by an Urban lighting
master plan (ULMP) that prioritizes the goals of energy conservation and infrastructure adaptability within a smart city framework.

The Muse® advanced Computerized maintenance management system
(CMMS), developed by Citegestion, will be installed, as well as a tool for Remote management at the lighting point using radio waves.

A major infrastructure renovation program emphasizing LED sources (20,000) has been planned and a new nightscape will be designed for the city.