Sustainable Illumination

We have already established five Illumination Parks in three Botanical Gardens/Arboretums.
Our projects are planned and executed with the utmost respect for the fauna and flora present in these locations.
To ensure minimal impact on the ecosystem, our activities are carried out during the autumn and winter seasons, when vegetation is dormant.

Sustainable Practices
at Lumina Parks

Our commitment to energy efficiency is demonstrated through our efficient use of energy at Lumina Parks, showcasing our dedication to sustainable practices.

We comply with local energy standards and constantly monitor energy consumption to ensure that we meet our sustainability goals.

Our lighting design is carefully curated to avoid harsh spotlights and minimize noise pollution, providing a serene and peaceful experience for visitors.

We strongly encourage the use of public transportation to access the Park, reducing emissions from individual cars.

The electricity consumption of the whole Lumina Park is about 40-50 kWh.

The entire light park is powered by energy-efficient LED lighting, minimizing energy consumption and generating less light than other city lamps, while still creating a vibrant atmosphere.

Our illuminations are similar to daytime running lights in a car, providing visibility without brightening the entire area.

We focus the lighting on the lower parts of trees, similar to Christmas decorations hung on trees in gardens or on streets, reducing unnecessary lighting and energy usage.

Some of our light installations come from recycled materials, further reducing our environmental impact.

To reduce energy consumption, Lumina Park is open for a maximum of 5 hours a day, with all lights turned off after 10:00 p.m.

A medium-sized movie theater with multiple screens and projection systems typically consumes around 300-500 kWh.

Our Approach to Flora and Fauna Protection

We work closely with the Garden's management to plan all activities in a way that minimizes the impact on the ecosystem.

We build fences around delicate plant species to protect them from visitors.

We avoid building paths near fragile flora and create designated, well-lit paths that visitors can follow. Visitors are not allowed to deviate from the designated path, which is fenced off from the rest of the area.

To minimize disruption to animals' biological clocks, lights in the park are turned on for a maximum of 5 hours a day.

All tree illuminations are installed under the supervision of a dendrologist.

We use technology that has been scientifically proven not to negatively impact the flora and fauna in the park, as confirmed by an article written by the Director of Poznan's Arboretum.

We have received positive feedbacks from all of our partners, confirming their satisfaction with our cooperation.

Safety Measures at Lumina Parks

We have measures in place to ensure the electrical systems are safe for visitors.

All equipment is earthed, and we use residual current protection throughout the park.

We only use safe lighting solutions with an appropriate IP rating for the location, such as IP67, IP68, or IP44.

Our electrical systems are approved by independent, authorized local electricians who carry out measurements before the park's opening in accordance with local standards for such facilities.

All equipment used at Lumina Park has current CE certification, ensuring that it meets the required safety standards.

We exclusively use energy-saving LED lighting, avoiding the use of tungsten solutions that may pose a fire risk.