The Consistory of Marbella is renovating more than half a thousand points of light in the Promenade to improve security in the area and energy efficiency. The infrastructure “is one of the largest tourist, sports and leisure areas in the city” and that the objective “is for it to have more optimal lighting,” explains the Councilor for Works, Diego Lopez.
The mayor has indicated that an “important investment” is being made, which exceeds 150,000 euros, to implement the led technology in four sections that add about 6,000 linear meters, between the Don Pepe hotel and the Víctor Beach and has indicated that “our commitment is that the intervention extends to San Pedro Alcántara.”
The project started at the beginning of the year with the placement of 75 new luminaires in the
north of the widest strips of the coastal path, “to provide more visibility to traffic,” adds López. Also noteworthy is the replacement of 427 street lamps with LED devices in the areas of Víctor Beach, Marbella Club, Puente Romano, Marbellamar and Don Pepe hotel.
López has pointed out that the energy savings will be about 20,000 euros annually and about 60 tons of CO2 will no longer be emitted into the atmosphere, “with this commitment to sustainability we are going to become one of the longest promenades in Spain with this technology”