Catbalogan brightens with newly-installed LED streetlights

Starting December, Mayor Coefredo “Tekwa” Uy is personally overseeing the on-going installation of LED lamp posts around the streets of Catbalogan, replacing the old halogen bulbs. The move to install LED Streetlights as a replacement to the existing halogen bulbs is aimed at reducing the electrical consumption of the city and to increase the illumination in the city. Most importantly, it is geared to implement an energy-efficient streetlighting program not only to reduce carbon greenhouse emissions but also to augment safety

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security of the city.

Catbalogan City has an existing 3,179 streetlights and 1,238 electric post powered by Samar Electric Cooperative II (SAMELCO II) with an estimated monthly 71,518 kwh average consumption which has so far energized 45 out of the 57 barangays of the city per information from the City Planning and Development Office.

Government of Catbalogan considers the importance of effective and efficient energy consumption in various government facilities in boosting the economic progress of the city and maintaining these infrastructure facilities is one of the top priorities of the City Government.

(Photos courtesy of Blendz Tuazon and Eric Pagtabunan, Office of the City Mayor)

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