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St Peterhof Palace Lighting Project with GE

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GE Lighting's innovative ConstantColor Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) lamps have been used to accentuate the impressive architectural contours of the Grand Palace of Peterhof. Furthermore, the lamps have been used in combination with the GE Lighting Streetwise CMH lamps to illuminate the historic streets of St. Petersburg, Russia.

For more infdrmation about this project, visit our official website at:
http://www.gelighting.com/LightingWeb/emea/projects/grand-palace-of-st-petersburg.jsp

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St Peterhof Palace Lighting Project with GE

  1. 1. beauty & quality Reference Project Outdoor Lighting St Peterhof Palace RUSSIA
  2. 2. Outdoor Lighting St Peterhof Palace RUSSIAChallengeBrighter and more natural light wasrequired to accentuate the impressive Key Benefitsarchitectural contours of the Grand Palace Superior long life and lumen performanceof Peterhof, and the historical centre Improved brighter white light Extended replacement cycles Significantly reduced energy costsSolution Increased securityOver 300 GE Lighting ConstantColorTMCMH lamps and StreetWiseTM lampswere installed to illuminate thehistorical centre CMH Supermini 35W CMH StreetWise
  3. 3. Outdoor Lighting St Peterhof Palace RUSSIALuminaire type Street lighting solution GE’s solutionMAINCARACTERISTICS NEW INSTALLATION provides CMH Supermini CMHLight sourceCCT ULTRA 35W 3000 StreetWise 3000K Superior long life and lumen performanceCRI 88 80Luminaire wattage 35 150 Improved energy savingsService life (hours) 16000 reduced brighterLumen output 3500 16000 maintenance whiteGross weight per costs lightpiece (g) 12 CMH Supermini 35W CMH StreetWise 3 GE Title or job number 1/3/2013
  4. 4. beauty &quality „Following on from the successful completion of the project at the palace, GE Lighting replaced a range of existing street lighting in the historical center of St. Petersburg – Chernyshevsky Avenue and Bolshaya Konyushennaya Street. A popular area for tourists, the centre required a brighter and more natural light to enhance the urban area and increase the feeling of safety and security.” Sergey Dolgov , GE Lighting Marketing Manager for Russia

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