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The Solar Graffiti Project is a collaboration between energy company ENGIE and local Mexican artists which transformed a derelict stadium in Mexico City into a sporting and social venue that could rejuvenate the community around it. By installing solar panels that would provide environmentally friendly and cost-effective lighting to the area as well as giving the entire arena a colourful lick of paint, the project brightened up the area in more ways than one – this fast-paced and stylish video shows not only the work that went into the project, but celebrates the culture and people of the city around it, ultimately showing us those who will benefit from it in the future.

ENGIE|Solar Graffiti Project|Mexico City

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