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More than 140,000 LED luminaires have been installed around Milan in what is said to be the largest LED road lighting upgrade in Italy. Most of the fittings are Italo lanterns (pictured). They've been installed by AEC Illuminazione, which won the tender from regional energy supplier A2A. The LEDs concentrate the light emission towards streets and pavements without any upward emission, in accordance with regulations on light pollution. The luminaires are equipped with Osram drivers. Osram also recently installed 7,000 LEDs in the Sistine Chapel. The Italian city of Turin will also be installing 45,000 luminaires from AEC. The city hopes that the project will help in its bid to become one of the next ‘smart cities’ in the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 program.