Our corporate mandates ensure that community empowerment is about working in ways to empower people. CONXCORP leverages their strong stakeholder relationships, technical capabilities and knowledge of environmental issues, local cultures, languages and regulatory requirements to empower the delivery of effective and sustainable (environmental, socio-cultural, political and financial) solutions.
Using energy and financial savings, CONXCORP’s large scale projects enable communities to reinvest in their own capacity building and sustainability. In this way, CONXCORP makes significant investments in power generation, waste management, global commerce, transportation, education, infrastructure, water treatment, tourism, healthcare and employment. By developing a sustainable and holistic vision and supporting it through our funding and investment channels we allow communities to emerge equipped with the necessary infrastructure to fuel positive growth.
CONXCORP has helped set the precedence by which LED street lighting is evaluated and procured throughout the world. The largest LED street lighting contract in Canadian history (City of Mississauga) was awarded to CONXCORP in 2012. It has become recognized as a huge success not only for CONXCORP but for the entire LED industry. This project has set a precedence for other regions globally to adopt LED lighting and demonstrates, first-hand, the enormous associated benefits.
In Latin America, CONXCORP has strategically deployed numerous lighting projects to promote socio-economic growth. In Uruguay, CONXCORP deployed the first ever LED streetlighting ESCO. A presidential decree was issued to endorse and back our efforts throughout the country and to provide assurances as we continue to rollout lighting infrastructure for the Ministry of Defense. Likewise, in Mexico CONXCORP deployed thousands of lights empowering cities such as Leon to realize significant cost savings and carbon reductions. Sustainable lighting was deployed in countries across Africa, improving safety, reducing energy deficits, and freeing up budget for other key projects.