40,000 LEDs to 'light up Lagos' - Supply Management
The first year of the project will see 31% of the city covered by streetlights © DPA/PA Images
The first year of the project will see 31% of the city covered by streetlights © DPA/PA Images

40,000 LEDs to 'light up Lagos'

26 April 2018

Some 40,000 new LED streetlights are to be installed across Lagos as part of a £38m investment.

The cash will be used to place low energy LED streetlights in the Nigerian city over the next four years as part of the first phase of the ‘Light up Lagos’ project involving the UK Department for International Development, British firm Low Energy Designs Ltd and the Lagos State Government. 

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