I fail to see the value offered here. Why would a homeowner or commercial business subscribe to a video surveillance service that cannot be tailored to specific needs but rather is limited to where lighting poles are located? seems absurd on its face. Perhaps their true agenda is to eventually sell the service to municipalities to monitor streets and public spaces.
As for integrators, there will be little money to be made. Utilities are notorious for creating cookie-cutter pre-determined ( by them) "price lists" for services rendered in large roll-outs and for maintenance. The utility generally purchases all the equipment and software and the "integrator" would become a contractor who simply is a hired hand, who can take it or leave it.