A Successful Solar Lighting Project in Saint-Eustache
The City of Saint-Eustache recently installed solar-powered lighting studs to secure evening access to Maison Chénier-Sauvé, a bourgeois residence built around 1890 and located near the Chêne River.
Through this choice, the City demonstrates its commitment to sustainable and environmentally friendly lighting, which preserves the heritage character of the site. These solar studs can be easily installed in all types of environments, especially to secure bike paths, stairs, entrances, parking, etc.
At Halt, we are proud to have created, in collaboration with the City, this first installation project in Canada for our Solareye Solar studs.