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ENIGMA study visit looks at the inspiring qualities of public lighting

23 September 2014

A study visit focusing on the inspiring qualities of light and the potential economic and social benefits that interactive light displays and light festivals can have will take place in Eindhoven (the Netherlands) from November 12 – 13 as part of the ENIGMA project. Led by the City of Eindhoven, the project aims to implement a transnational pre-commercial procurement (PCP) procedure in the field of public lighting together with partner cities Malmö (Sweden), Stavanger (Norway), Espoo (Finland) and Bassana del Grappa (Italy).

The study visit will take in the acclaimed GLOW festival, and will provide an opportunity for public procurers to discuss the topic of innovative public lighting with other interested stakeholders. Following the study visit, select participants will have the chance to take part in a one and a half day “work shadowing” event within the City of Eindhoven, providing a unique opportunity to gain insight into the inner workings of a pioneer city and to exchange with a range of professionals.

A maximum of two representatives from public authorities will be able to take part in this work shadowing. An agenda is available for the event, and registration is possible online. A limited number of travel and accommodation grants are available, with registrants required to mention if they wish to apply for one and their motivation for taking part.

For more information, visit the ENIGMA website.