Because Fonroche Lighting solar LED streetlights are so adaptable, they are perfect for use with all kinds of road equipment across the urban network.
Their high power – 110 lumens/watt light efficiency – and reliability make our solar streetlights the best of their kind.
Fonroche Lighting solar streelights fit into any setting and are easy to install – just a simple concrete base.
This means they can fulfil any lighting requirement, whether it’s to bring security to a living space, or to bring light to urban networks, roundabouts, country roads, bus shelters or school pick-up points.
The need for lighting in cities is not limited to their centers – peripheral roads are the very arteries that bring traffic to urban networks, so they are just as important. Fonroche Lighting supplies cheap, east-to-install solar lighting for all types of roads.
It is vital that crossroads, road junctions and traffic circles are well lit to ensure the safety and convenience of all road-users. Fonroche Lighting solar streetlights have been shown on many occasions to be perfect for lighting these important traffic intersections.
Country roads are sometimes hard to light because they generally require expensive work to connect them to the grid, which may not be nearby due to their remote location. Of course, the very fact that solar streetlights do not have to connect to the grid means they are perfectly suited to country roads.
Comfort and safety – not to mention value for money – are important considerations when it comes to public transport. Lighting your bus shelters makes them safe and user friendly. Trust economical solar lighting from Fonroche Lighting.
By definition, a greenway restricts car use, gives priority to pedestrians and cyclists, and thereby reduces pollution. So it makes sense to light greenways in an environmentally friendly manner, which is where solar lighting comes in. Fonroche Lighting’s solar streetlights are the best possible solution. Easy to install, they use no electricity, so perfectly complement the ecological ideals of the greenway system.