The Canadian Urban Institute’s LSNetwork program has been supporting the transition to networked LED streetlights for almost 10 years as LightSavers Canada. Building on this initiative, the LSNetwork helps municipalities in leveraging their connected infrastructure as a platform for intelligent communities.
As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, we work to support this digital transformation by creating and sharing resources and convening conversations between key stakeholders.
LSNetwork has produced over 15 guides, primers and case studies; presented 6 webinars, 3 workshops and our National LED Lighting Summit; created an educational video on Hamilton’s LED streetlight conversion; and enhanced our social media presence.
LSNetwork aims to harness the power of digital transformation in Canadian communities to optimize energy efficiency. 2018/2019 program overview:
HOSTED a West Coast National LSNetwork Summit;
CONVENING 2 Pan-Canada Workshops;
PRESENTING 3 webinars featuring guest speakers from industry;
CREATING next stage resources for stakeholder outreach, including:
Case studies of successful implementations of energy saving smart city solutions;
A guide to municipal smart energy solutions on opportunities for smart city solutions that improve municipal energy efficiency.