02 September 2019
Excessive artificial lighting can be detrimental to biodiversity and to the well-being of local residents, but a complete lack of street lighting undermines the public’s feeling of safety. To meet regulations and comply with NGOs, and also to protect nocturnal ecosystems, whilst respecting the public’s well-being, it is possible to turn down street lighting to maintain a lower level of brightness and keep the public safe, then turn the lighting back up when a presence is detected.
Administrator of the “ZAC du Lay” and Chairman of the La Borgia co-owners’ Association, responsible for the “ZAC” lighting project.
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For example, following the first programming, we found that the boost lighting was too powerful, but we were able to change it the very next day, there is a margin for error.
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