The project aims to ensure traffic safety, social orders, and create a beautiful and modern rural road system in three hamlets of Ca Lo, Trung Tam and Cay Tre, with a total capital of over VND56 million.

Photo: Thanh Huong
Light poles are spaced at 15 meters, 4 meters high, fitted with durable composite material trough pipes and using power-saving compact lights.

Mr Minoru Niimura, General Director of Canon Vietnam Co., Ltd. said: “Since 2013, the “Lighting up the countryside” has so far sponsored nearly 150 kilometers of lighting system for 64 villages of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Hai Duong, Phu Tho, Yen Bai, Thanh Hoa, Lang Son, Tuyen Quang provinces. Our company hopes that together with well-made inter-village concrete road system, these new lights will actively support the theme of “Developing industrial parks with rural development” set by the Government, thus laying a good foundation for sustainable development of the nation and protecting the environment”.

Earlier, on April 19th, the Japanese company handed around 2.5 km project in Pac Bo village, Hai Yen commune, Cao Loc district in the northern province of Lang Son.

In the coming time, Canon Vietnam to expand lighting system in four communes of Phuong Son, An Duong, Viet Tien, Hop Thinh in Luc Nam, Tan Yen, Viet Yen, Hiep Hoa districts (Bac Giang province); five communes of Dai Dong, Canh Hung, Giang Son, Phu Luong, Dai Xuan of Tien Du, Gia Binh, Luong Tai, Que Vo districts (Bac Ninh province) as well as Huong Xa commune, Ha Hoa district (Phu Tho province); Lam Xa commune, Ba Thuoc district (Thanh Hoa province); and Hung My commune, Chiem Hoa district (Tuyen Quang province).

Once completed, it is generated by around 33 km in 14 communes of seven beneficiary provinces (for 2019) with a total investment of over VND715 million./.