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The first major LED project in Africa was implemented

27 October 2013 Category: Company Author: Maria Popova
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Country:
The Republic of Mauritius

Project description:
LED luminaires produced by Lighting Technologies Trading Company were installed in a Duty Free area of a new terminal D of the international airport of Mauritius.

According to Navinchandra Ramgoolam, the Prime-Minister of the country, the construction of a new terminal is the most important project of this year for Mauritius. And not only for the reason of the monetary funds allocated for the implementation thereof (nearly USD 300 million). A new terminal is considered to be a strategic base for the whole future development of the country. The total area of the terminal amounts to 57 thousand square meters.

Goal:
Energy-efficient lighting of the Duty Free area, integrated into the interior of the trading area.

The solution of Lighting Technologies:
Lighting Technologies supplied LED luminaires LED MALL D 100 for the Duty Free zone.


For reference:
1. Mauritius, officially the Republic of Mauritius, is an island nation in the East Africa. It is located in the south-eastern part of the Indian ocean, nearly 900 km to the east of Madagascar. The republic includes the islands of Mauritius (the largest island, 1,865 km²) and Rodrigues (104 km²),   which form a part of the Mascarene Islands, and  Saint Brandon, Agalega, and a great number of small islands. The total area of the country amounts to 2,040 km². The capital is Port Louis, located on the Island of Mauritius.

2. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (Mauritius) is located 48 km south-easterly of Port Louis. A new terminal is designed in the form of a shady palm crown. Due to a modernized infrastructure    (landing strips, taxiways, navigation equipment, etc.) the airport will be able to accommodate most up-to-date airplanes, including Airbus А-380.

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