Nea Polis and Stilvi launched a new partnership to provide advanced refurbishment services to operators and owners of public lighting installations with fixtures of a particular value of urban design, including those of a specific cultural value, associated with important historical periods even before electrification.

The range of the newly established services is supposed to comply with the recommendations of the White Paper about
Serviceable Luminaires in a Circular Economy and to get urban lighting equipment ready and modifiable for the transition to any next step of continuous technological development.

In this context Stilvi is deploying its expertise to support Nea Polis in the implementation of respective projects. First successful innovation-oriented projects, which adopted up-to-date wireless and secure IoT aided lighting control technologies have already been implemented in the Municipality of Chalandri.