In order to give a dynamic and refined aspect to its new park, the city of Agen took the decision to call in a local company: Fonroche Lighting.
The docks at Tonneins, date from the Middle Ages and are a unique historical feature much loved by the town’s residents. When it came to renovating the docks, the council installed Fonroche Lighting solar streetlights to give this important historical symbol the prominence it deserved.
When the citizens of Cruscades, near Narbonne, concluded that a roundabout in the village needed extra lighting to enhance the safety of drivers and pedestrians, 15 of Fonroche Lighting’s solar streetlights were installed.
When Fonroche Lighting were asked to light Kuwait City Airport’s car parks, temperatures upwards of 65ºC during summer and regular sandstorms gave them a challenge their solar-lighting installations were successfully able to overcome.
Roquefort town hall wanted to light a green path which runs through some of the town’s public gardens. They decided that, not only were Fonroche Lighting’s solar streetlights perfect for the project, they also blended elegantly into Roquefort’s townscape.
Bush lighting in Gabon by Fonroche Lighting
A children 's park in Turkish- Mugla, with Fonroche solar streetlights solution.
The campsite at Samoëns in Haute Savoie stands out from others in the area due to its insistence on providing solar lighting.
When the city of Châteaubernard in France built a new commercial area, they wanted a company with green credentials to light it. They chose Fonroche Lighting.
Twenty solar LED streetlights installed on a traffic circle in Brax by Fonroche Lighting.
Fonroche’s installation of streetlighting in Karachi in 2015 was the company’s first such contract in Asia. Power 365 technology was chosen to light the Vista Creek area. With no trenching and no maintenance, Fonroche solar streetlights offered the best value for money to the Karachi project.
Harsh weather conditions again were the prime factor in Fonroche Litghting’s Power 365 system being chosen as the only solution capable of guaranteeing permanent lighting for the city of Ouarzazate.
When Bordères-sur-l’Echez city council decided to install safety lighting in a school car park, they chose a solar system from Fonroche Lighting, thus avoiding the need to dig trenches in a car park already in operation.
When the village of Saint Pardoux du Breuil built a new care home, they decided they needed efficient and sustainable lighting, and chose a Fonroche Lighting system.
The Fonroche products adapt themselves to any situation :
Green paths, footpaths, playgrounds, dark areas, flooding areas, areas at risk, private parkings, warehouses, rally points, business entry, activity zone, refinery, carpole areas, bus shelters, bus stations, parkings, entry and exit of towns.