More than 700 million people around the world still don’t have access to electricity. Lack of connection to the electrical network, high costs of setting up a traditional public lighting system, extreme weather conditions, the lighting of isolated areas is a challenge and must be considered in its specificities. With the widest and most reliable range of autonomous solar street lamps on the market, Sunna Design is able to provide a solution to each public lighting problem, taking into account the limitations and requirements of each project.
The public lighting issues of isolated sites differ from those of cities. Access to energy is not always obvious, as some of these territories are not connected to the electrical network or have terrain constraints that make it difficult to install a conventional public lighting system.
Solar lighting is an ideal solution for rural and remote areas. The use of a free and unlimited energy without grid connection allows to set up at a lower cost an efficient public lighting system. Entirely self-sufficient and easy to install, Sunna Design’s solar street lights adapt to any terrain. Guaranteed 10 years without maintenance, they are designed to resist extreme weather conditions as well as temperatures between -40°C and +70°C.
Choosing solar energy means opting for eco-responsible lighting in line with the objectives of the ecological transition. In certain isolated areas where kerosene lighting is still a reality, solar street lamps offer a lighting system without toxic emissions, improving air quality and the health of populations.
Sunna Design has already deployed thousands of solar solutions in rural and remote areas and particularly in Africa. Solar street lighting makes travel safer and strengthens social ties, develops local economy by allowing businesses to open later in the evening, and promotes geographical rebalancing by fighting rural exodus.
“Solidarité International” are deploying Sunna Design’s autonomous solar photovoltaic streetlights to secure the Gado refugee camp in Cameroon. Rural and remote site Gado, CAMEROON iSSL Maxi 4, iSSL+ “Solidarité International” are deploying Sunna Design’s autonomous solar photovoltaic streetlights to […]
Following the wish of the community of Zoti, Togo, to access energy, aniSSL+ Solar Streetlightfrom Sunna Design was installed in Zoti’s village in Togo in accordance with Ségolène Royal’s promise to the inhabitants of the village. Following the wish of the community of Zoti, Togo, to access energy, aniSSL+ Solar Streetlightfrom Sunna […]
Besides being a strong symbol of Black resistance during Apartheid, Soweto is the most populated township in South Africa with the largest and poorest areas being entirely off-the-grid and therefore without any electricity and light at night. Rural and remote site, General area Soweto, SOUTH AFRICA iSSL+ Lighting “Le Sans […]
Autonomous & connected solar lighting solutions for the Rohingyas, Bangladesh “LIGHT FOR ROHINGYAS”, A TRAINING PROJECT FOR GREATER SAFETY Sunna Design has joined forces with the associationsÉlectriciens Sans FrontièresandFriendship,Schneider Electric, theFondation de Franceand the Fondation Bruneau, the crisis and support centre of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, thecity of Paristo […]