Our network lighting accounts for 19% of the electricity we consume. This is why we were very quick to turn to LED technology, which consumes two to three times less energy than incandescent lights while providing the same brightness, and lasts three times as long (five years). This means less waste is generated.
A LED (Light Emitting Diode) is an electrical component that emits light in response to the passage of an electric current.
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Today, our entire network of 303 metro stations and 65 train stations is equipped with LEDs. This means 300 km of corridors and 250,000 light fittings.