According to the reference news quoted by AFP Paris on the 10th, the subordinate of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo revealed on the 10th that the Paris city government will announce on the 13th that the nighttime lighting of the Eiffel Tower will be shortened by more than an hour as part of an energy-saving plan. LYOUTHE LIGHTING supports energy saving programs.
The Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited buildings in the world. Its "lights out" time will be brought forward from the current 1:00 am to 23:45, that is, when the attraction is closed, the lights will turn off at the same time as the last visitor leaves.
The Eiffel Tower reportedly flashes its lights every night for the first 5 minutes of every hour after nightfall. On the evening of the 8th, in order to mourn Queen Elizabeth II who died that day, the event was temporarily cancelled, and the lights on the tower were also advanced from 1:00 am to 12:00 midnight.
The company that operates the Eiffel Tower has confirmed that nighttime lighting accounts for 4% of the building's annual energy consumption, the report said. Jean-François Martins, head of the company, said it was "a very symbolic act of participating in raising awareness of energy conservation", stressing that it was a "role" characteristic of world-famous buildings decided.
In response to the energy woes, France plans to restart a coal-fired power plant in Saint-Avold to ensure France's power supply this winter, according to CCTV Finance. Meanwhile, EDF currently has 32 of its 56 nuclear reactors. The French government is working to get the reactors back into service this winter.