Technical Senior High Scool in Parans light in Ankara, Turkey

Parans has within the frames for the EU project A2PBEER installed 15 Parans systems at a technical Senior High School in Ankara, Turkey.

Parans has since year 2013 participated in the EU financed project A2PBEER. Within the frames for the project 14 pieces of the SP3 system and one SP4 system (third and fourth product generation Parans system) have been installed.

The installation leads natural light to the dining room and kitchen. The dining room has a couple of windows that are not bringing enough natural light to the room. In the dining room 21 pieces of luminaires are spreading the light from the Parans systems and in the kitchen 12 pieces of luminaires are doing the same. When the sun is not shining the LED lighting in the same luminaire could be used. The luminaire is developed toghether with Toshiba. Parans has within the frames of the project cooperated, besides Toshiba, with well-reputated companies as Tecnalia to find solutions for green building.

-It feels satisfying that it is relevant installations, in this case a Senior High School, where youths gets natural sunlight within the frames for the project, says Lennart Ahlstedt, COO at Parans.   

 

F or more information, please contact:

Anders Koritz, CEO at Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ), phone +46 31 20 15 90, anders.koritz@parans.com www.parans.com

About Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ)

Parans Solar Lighting offers sunlight for indoor environments through an innovative system that captures and leads the rays of the sun. Parans, which developed and patented the technology, turns mainly to property owners, architects and larger employers worldwide. Parans Solar Lighting is quoted on the stock exchange list Aktietorget and has offices in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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Parans Solar Lighting offers sunlight for indoor environments through an innovative system that captures and leads the rays of the sun. Parans, which developed and patented the technology, turns mainly to property owners, architects and larger employers worldwide.

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