Turning the lights OFF for Earth Hour

We don’t often talk about turning the lights off, but for this year’s Earth Hour, several organisations have contacted us to turn off their lights from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm on Saturday 23rd March.

The WWF Earth Hour is the world’s largest grassroots environmental movement. This year will be the 18th edition and aims to be the ‘Biggest Hour for Earth’ in support and celebration of our planet. In our increasingly divided world, Earth Hour serves as a beacon of positivity, hope, and inspiration to rally as many people as possible to take action to support sustainability.

For this year’s Earth Hour, several of our ArchiCloud customers reached out to ask us to switch off their lights on Saturday evening. By remotely accessing the onsite controllers via the cloud, ArchiCloud allows us to perform analytics and make changes to their lighting installations.

The following organisations will have their exterior lights turned off at 8:30 pm tomorrow, returning to their normal lighting levels at 9:30 pm:

Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park, London

Titan Crane, Clydebank

Powell Duffryn Way Tunnel, Vale of Glamorgan

Merry Hill Shopping Centre, West Midlands

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