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Lighting up the Champs Elysees

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Paris's famous Champs Elysees was illuminated with a display of festive lights thanks to GE Lighting, which has been a partner of this annual event since 2002.
More than 2 kilometres of the tree-lined street linking the Arc de Triomphe to Concorde were illuminated using GE's Constant Color CMH lamps.
More than 415 trees, including both rows of trees lining the avenue, have been lit. A second line of 120 trees in the inside row are decorated with 30,000 dynamic flashing lights to represent the light from falling stars.
GE used its 70W 4200K Constant Color CMH (ceramic metal halides) the latest range of CMH Constant Color from GE. The lamps have a life expectancy of 15,000 hours enabling a huge reduction in electricity consumption and providing more than 70% total energy savings.

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