The port is installing Christmas lighting in a sustainable style

he Puerto The city of Ceuta has begun to install light Christmas with a sustainable approach.

The lighting refurbishment has been carried out using modern, efficient technology that significantly reduces energy consumption, while ensuring a lively and welcoming festive experience for all who visit our port during these special dates.

From the Ceuta Port Authority, they firmly believe in celebrating the Christmas season in a way that respects and protects our environment, incorporating Festive tradition Responsible practices

Highly efficient and sustainable Christmas decorations were purchased, such as a 200x190cm PVC star with small warm LEDs, consuming 42W at 24V/220V and weighing approximately 38kg.

Two cones of warm light also stand out, one measuring 8 x 3.20 meters and the other measuring 6 x 2.42 metres, both with resistant metal structures and small LEDs consuming 540 W and 300 W respectively.

Santa Claus and birth figures are made of high quality resin

Additionally, light and star chips are included with clusters of small warm and white LED lights, as well as a variety of decorative items such as light-up signs and LED balls for outdoor and indoor settings, as well as traditional characters such as Santa Claus and The cradle is in high quality resinDemonstrating a commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability.

Among the purchased Christmas decorations, it can be noted that sustainable properties were taken into account, such as the use of low-consumption LED technology, which significantly reduces costs and extends the useful life.

The Ceuta Port Authority took advantage of this occasion to invite the residents of Ceuta to visit the port area and enjoy a festive and welcoming atmosphere in the company of family and friends who share these beloved celebrations in which the marine station becomes a meeting place.

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