“The system developed by Acea envisaged the installation of 29 LED lighting fixtures - offering energy savings and high technological quality, for a total consumption of just 1 kW – positioned, by agreement with Rome’s Superintendency of Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape and the Capitoline Superintendency of Cultural Heritage, within a perimeter formed by bollards placed round the column with lighting fixtures and floodlights inserted in specific recessed pits to minimise visual impact, thereby fully respecting the monument.”

Michaela Castelli, Chairperson of Acea