This report presents the summary of the end-of-studies internship carried out in the ENGIE Company, for obtaining a diploma of State Engineer in Electrical Engineering from the Hassania School of Public Works. The purpose of this project was to study possible solutions for the remote management of a public lighting network in the city of Kenitra. Indeed, the project aims to reduce the energy consumption of the city on one side and the maintenance and maintenance expenses, this improvement affects the totality of powers installed in the city which consists of approximately 35 000 lanterns and 600 electrical cabinets. Firstly, we began by analyzing the technologies offered by the Internet of Things market and their correspondence to the technical and budgetary requirements imposed in the project. This allowed us to design a comparison scheme and to determine the technically optimal solution. Subsequently we have defined the regulatory and technical constraints that surround the project and based on all the parameters we have defined the offer that meets our needs. A financial study was done afterwards to measure the profitability of our choice from an economic point of view. Finally, we began to study a photovoltaic installation for public lighting and in particular we took the example of the headquarters of the Kenitra province. Concretely, the introduction of these solutions allows a reduction of 5.5 GWh in annual consumption of electrical energy and guarantees a gain of 2 000 000 Dh in terms of maintenance.