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Exemplary extension of a shopping center thanks to solar lighting

 

In the town of Langon, south of Bordeaux, a new commercial area of 10.000m2 has opened as an extension of the E.Leclerc superstore. Sunna Design’s solar streetlights were chosen for its 350-space parking lot, an efficient and sustainable public lighting system in perfect harmony with the quality and environmental standards of the project leaders.

 

  Parking lot

   Langon, FRANCE

  EverGen L

Solution d'éclairage solaire haute tension sur le parking du centre commercial du E.Leclerc Langon

Assisting the eco-responsible project of the E.Leclerc shopping mall in Langon

 

Langon’s largest shopping center is continuing its development by opening an extension that includes 15 shops, including cultural spaces, textile stores, home furnishings, and restaurants.

 

Nicknamed the “Promenade de Moléon,” this commercial area has been designed for the comfort and well-being of customers in compliance with the rules of sustainable development. Green spaces, use of natural materials, reuse of rainwater, and installation of 2400m of photovoltaic panels are all commitments of the project managers in favor of the environment.

 

A solar parking lot with permeable ground is also part of the extension, for which Sunna Design was entrusted with the supply of intelligent autonomous street lamps for the ecological lighting of the place.

Eclairage solaire haute tension parking centre commercial E.Leclerc Langon

Sunna Design, a local partner expert in solar street lighting

 

The people in charge of the extension of the E.Leclerc shopping center have favored collaborations with local companies for a coherent construction project from beginning to end. Sunna Design and its premises located in Blanquefort were selected for the solar lighting of the parking lot. Above all, this French company has the widest and most reliable range of solar streetlights on the market, products that have already proven themselves on the Brico E.Leclerc parking lot of Mazères (Bordeaux region).

 

The pre-project study carried out by Sunna Design’s technical experts led to the selection of the EverGen range for its high-power lighting capacities. Sold as a kit to be assembled on-site, this ultra-efficient intelligent street lamp also has the advantage of being installed in less than 30 minutes and, therefore, being very quickly operational. Thanks to its timestamp function providing for the extinction of the street lamp one hour after the end of commercial activity, the E.Leclerc Center of Langon is in compliance with the decree of December 27, 2018, on the prevention, reduction, and limitation of light pollution.

 

Choosing Sunna Design’s photovoltaic street lamp for the parking lot of a commercial area means contributing to the protection of the planet without compromising the quality of lighting or the safety of your customers.

  • Eclairage solaire haute tension parking centre commercial E.Leclerc Langon
  • Solution d'éclairage solaire haute tension sur le parking du centre commercial du E.Leclerc Langon
  • Solution d'éclairage solaire haute tension sur le parking du centre commercial du E.Leclerc Langon
  • Solution d'éclairage solaire haute tension sur le parking du centre commercial du E.Leclerc Langon
  • Solution d'éclairage solaire haute tension sur le parking du centre commercial du E.Leclerc Langon
Year

 

2022
Localisation
 
Langon, France
Customer
 
E.Leclerc Langon
Products used

 

EverGen

Which products for this field of application ?

    Road and street Parking lot General Area Road and street
    EverGen-L is a high-powered solar-powered street light designed to light up your major projects: main and secondary roads, avenues and boulevards, large car parks. Fully configurable, with many options, the EverGen will provide you with powerful lighting for many applications. The product is delivered in kit form for quick and easy on-site assembly, in less than 30 minutes per kit.   Do you have a similar project or any other project ? Talk to our sales team!  
    Lampadaire solaire Sunna Design Evergen L blanc Lampadaire solaire haute puissance marron EverGen

    Specifications EverGen

    Lighting
    Lighting power
    3,300 to 26,400 lumens
    Consumption
    20 to 150 W max (or 2 x 80W max)
    Lighting efficiency
    Up to 175 lm/W
    Color temperature options
    2200K, 2700K, 3000K, 4000K
    Lifespan
    110.000 hours
    * Available with motion sensor
    Photovoltaic panels
    Technology
    Photovoltaïc modules (Monocrystalline silicon)
    Power
    150, 290 or 320 Wp
    Lifespan
    > 20 years at 80% of initial power
    Battery LiFePO4
    Capacity
    676Wh, 845Wh, 1105Wh, 1352Wh, 1775Wh, 2028Wh, 2534 Wh
    Operating temperature range
    -20°C to + 60°C (-4°F to +140°F)
    Lifespan
    >10 years
    Battery NiMH
    Capacity
    480Wh, 960Wh
    Operating temperature range
    -40°C to +85°C (-40°F to +185°F)
    Lifespan
    >10 years
    General
    SCx
    150Wp : 0.29 m² (15°) / 0.56 m² (30°) / 0.86 m² (50°) - 290Wp : 0.50 m² (15°) / 0.97 m² (30°) / 1.5 m² (50°) - 350Wp : 0.60 m² (15°) / 1.16 m² (30°) / 1.79 m² (50°)
    Fixation
    Recommended diameter of mast end: 89 mm, External diameter of solar motor sleeve: 76 mm
    Weight (without pole)
    From 80 kg

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