Schréder provides a complete lighting solution for Bahnstadt in Heidelberg, one of the most sustainable urban development projects in Europe
| When the city of Heidelberg decided to regenerate an abandoned freight area into a high-tech campus, they launched one of Europe’s largest urban development projects based entirely on sustainable passive housing standards. |
Today, Bahnstadt provides 166 hectares of land with optimal conditions for living spaces, science and business including a crèche, cultural facilities, offices, laboratories and commercial units as well as a pioneering green mobility infrastructure with 3.5km of bike paths; all designed to meet stringent sustainability criteria.
|8pm - 10pm:||70%|
|10pm - 12am:||50%|
|12am - 4am:||30%|
|4am - 6am:||50%|
|6am - switch off:||90%|
|The 3.5km long bike path is lit by the energy saving Piano LED luminaires whose efficiency is further improved by the Owlet remote management system. This system provides light only when it is needed. The light is dimmed when the bike path is not being used. As soon as a cyclist arrives, their presence is detected by infra-red sensors providing optimal, needs-based lighting. Once the cyclist is gone, the light is dimmed again from 90% to 30%. |
To date, this innovative solution has generated energy and CO2 savings of 75%!
Schréder is proud to have provided a complete lighting solution for this sustainable campus which is known as Germany’s Silicon Valley. Once again, we were able to share our passion and expertise in finding innovative lighting solutions for your towns and cities.
|The 3.5km bike path is lit by Piano LED luminaires with a motion detection system to only light the path when needed.|
|The Teceo luminaires perfectly integrate this high-tech campus. Equipped with a remote management system, they provide a sustainable lighting solution with energy savings of 60% for the entire campus.|