About 65,000 street lamps have been replaced by leds since 2019, and the company plans to replace another 25,000 by 2020, with the installation expected to be completed by 2021, JPS said.Compared with traditional street lamps, the upgraded LED street lamps are more energy efficient and provide better lighting.At the same time, smart controllers provide remote control and monitoring, so maintenance is more efficient.The scheme, which began in 2017, is being implemented under a joint arrangement between the Jamaican government and the JPS to help reduce monthly bills.The average municipal bill is $280m a month, or $2.6bn a year.In June 2017, JPS began replacing 105,000 energy-intensive street lamps island-wide with LED intelligent-controlled street lamps.The scheme has had a positive impact on public lighting and night life and has received positive feedback from the public, JPS said.The public also expressed expectations for the renovation of street lamps in the community.According to the introduction, LED intelligent control system is expected to reduce the cost of street lamp by 50% to 60%.The intelligent control system can measure each lamp and monitor the condition and consumption of street lamps.According to JPS, more and more countries around the world are installing LED street lights citywide and nationwide.Once the smart LED street lamp project is complete, Jamaica will be among them.