“The plant was developed by Acea and envisaged the installation of 29 LED lighting bodies - offering energy savings and high technological quality, for a total consumption of just 1 KW - positioned by agreement with the Special Superintendent for Archaeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Rome and the Capital City Superintendent of Cultural Heritage, within a perimeter made up of bollards situated within the column with lighting bodies and projectors inserted in specific hollows to minimise visual impact, in complete respect of the monument.”
Michaela Castelli, Chair of Acea