National LED & Connected Streetlight Inventory

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Green markers indicate LED streetlight projects and orange markers indicate projects involving adaptive streetlight controls.

The LSNetwork National LED & Connected Streetlight Map displays projects across Canada where LED streetlight conversions and streetlight control systems have been completed, are being installed or have been approved for installation. Click on a city to learn more about how many streetlights are LED, the energy and maintenance savings and potential greenhouse gas reductions, and if adaptive controls have been integrated.

Use the Visible Layers dropdown menu on the right to select different years and see how LED adoption has progressed throughout Canada. As of April 2017, we estimate at least 44% of Canadian streetlighting has been converted or committed to be converted to LED.  

We have made best efforts to ensure the accuracy of the information in the Inventory, and have indicated data sources, where possible.  However, we are aware that project scopes of LED streetlights and adaptive controls may change and evolve, and that new projects are continually being announced. Therefore, our inventory may not be complete. We are committed to data accuracy and clarity of information. And so, encourage you to contact us if you identify an error or omitted project so that we can correct and/or include it. 

*Number of streetlights approved to be LED, not necessarily existing in implementation yet.