The city of Theix, in the Morbihan (56 – France), opted for Novea Energies solar street lamp to secure a traffic circle with a pedestrian crossing and a bus shelter.\r\n\r\nTwo COMBI TOP 3 with a 160 Wp solar panel and a GRIFF S luminaire were installed simply, without heavy road work, at the Lirey traffic circle (56). In traditional wired electrical solution, the connection to the electrical network would have been expensive.\r\n\r\nThese public lamps provide quality lighting to secure the traffic circle. They light up in full power for five hours per night, 2:30 after dusk and 2:30 before dawn. This lighting secures both the pedestrian crossing, the bus stop existing at this location and the entrance to the traffic circle.\r\n\r\nThe installation of these stand-alone street lights has made it possible to avoid heavy civil engineering work (trenching, road rehabilitation) and the setting up of a network. A concrete block is sufficient for anchoring on the ground. The integration of this autonomous lighting solution has therefore facilitated installation work and limited investment.\r\n\r\nPublic lighting powered by solar energy is also an ecological solution because it allows to limit the environmental impacts by offering an alternative to the consumption of fossil and polluting energies. In addition, the operation of these solar street light does not involve any electrical subscription to the energy supplier.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAdditional Information :\r\n\r\n \tModel COMBI TOP 3\r\n \tLuminaire : GRIFF S\r\n \tSolar panel: 150 Wc\r\n \tLight height: 5.0 m\r\n \tTechnology and battery capacity: ENDURANCE + TECHNOLOGY 345 Wh\r\n \tBracket: Sainte Maxime\r\n \tRAL: 2900\r\n\r\nThanks to our partners B-Light Ouest, Engie Ineo and Morbihan Energies for the realization of this project of autonomous lighting !