February 26, 2024

iLamp Oregon obtains the territory rights for Oregon city infrastructure development

iLamp - Reinventing Smart Street-Lighting
iLamp - Reinventing Smart Street-Lighting

iLamp Oregon recently announced that it has successfully secured the full territorial rights for iLamp and all its current and future applications for the State of Oregon, paving the way for a revolutionary transformation of the State’s Green-Technology initiatives and Smart-City infrastructure. This significant milestone is supported by a $4.6m capital investment which has enabled iLamp Oregon to purchase the territory rights, bestowing the company with full and exclusive sales, distribution, manufacturing, marketing, and sublicensing rights. 

“Our commitment and faith in the future of Oregon and the iLamp Oregon team makes us more than glad to make this investment,” says Edward Fitzpatrick – Director and Chairman of the Board, of Conflow Power Group. 

The iLamp smart streetlight has numerous features including the ability to generate its own power, turning streetlights from a cost-center into a profit-center. It can operate both off-the-grid and with on-grid power as a backup. Additionally, it provides optional modules such as Wi-Fi and cellular networking services, 360-degree live video cameras, gun-shot detection with location triangulation, smoke/carbon detection, weather station with air quality monitoring, drone charging stations with landing pads, communication with methane gas sensors in manholes, EV charging services, and more.

The lighting system optimizes visibility on roads and highways, contributing to “Vision Zero” lighting. It offers versatile installation options, including retrofitting on existing streetlights or installation on new streetlights. Plus, it can provide light and green electricity anywhere without electrical wiring. Our custom options and services cater to the needs of utilities, city/local governments, transportation departments, developers, Indian tribal council grounds and casinos, industrial, commercial, residential, and recreational parks and grounds, schools, college campuses, parking lots, and more.

“This is an exciting milestone for Oregon,” said Bill Gibbons, iLamp Oregon CEO. 

“The opportunity to bring our technology to the entire State of Oregon is a testament to the confidence in our vision for smart, safe, reliable, and affordable renewable energy solutions. This is also a big step forward in meeting the challenges posed by House Bill 2021 and achieving 100% clean energy by 2040.” 

Full implementation of the territory promises to stimulate the local Oregon economy by creating jobs in various areas, including manufacturing, assembly, installation, maintenance and management of iLamp streetlights and micro-grid systems.


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