Together with the Peruvian Ministry of the Interior, inspection tasks were undertaken to identify those areas that need improved lighting.
Callao, 1 November 2014 – Enel Distribución Perú is improving street lighting and home connections in southern Callao, especially on the main streets of the sector known as Los Barracones, in order to provide greater safety and better services.
Over the last three years, in southern Callao, Enel Peru has increased the output of 1,000 street lights, replaced 211 poles and implemented a home connection maintenance plan for the regularisation of over 1,500 supplies.
Better Street Lightning
This year, work was carried out at Plaza Guardia Chalaca, streets Carrillo Albornoz, Loreto, Apurimac and Vigil, and the José Gálvez Avenue, among others, with a total of 192 street lights reconditioned.
These works are essential to Enel Distribución Perú, since they improve the street lighting service through a renovated and more powerful infrastructure.
In this way, we fulfill the goal of giving residents of Callao more security and better living conditions, as criminality decreases considerably by increasing lightning in the area.
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