Secure refugee camps with our intelligent iSSL+ solar lighting solutions
“LIGHT FOR ROHINGYAS”, A TRAINING PROJECT FOR GREATER SAFETY
Sunna Design has joined forces with the associations Électriciens Sans Frontières and Friendship, Schneider Electric, the Fondation de France and the Fondation Bruneau, the crisis and support centre of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, the city of Paris to train for the people of Rohingya.
Gujan Mestras, France
Autonomous solar lighting solution for residential village
Village Khelus is a residential park located in the Arcachon basin, a few kilometres from the Sunna Design factory. With 20 hectares of small residences in the heart of the Gironde pine forest, the village offers ideal accommodation all year round for holidaymakers or long-term residents.
Campeche / Mexico
Autonomous solar lighting solution for a protected and UNESCO-labelled site
The iSSL Maxi Area attacks Mexico.
A reliable and robust autonomous solar lighting solution, particularly suitable for area lighting such as in Campeche. Following the election of a new Governor in the State of Campeche in southern Mexico, the government initiated a policy of major works to improve and modernize the existing infrastructure, which must respect the unique architecture of the city of Campeche. Recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1 December 1999, the walled city is the typical representation of Spanish colonial architecture. Local policy makers selected our iSSL Maxi Area solution to deploy 58 streetlights that strictly respect the historic site visually.
Perimeter Lighting and Safety
Zonatur Acapulco is an urbanism agency in charge of ensuring adequate infrastructures and services in the tourist areas of Acapulco municipality. Street lighting is part of its remit and it has been the source of many challenges in the past years due to operational issues.
Autonomous Sustainable & Innovative Lighting for Municipalities
St-Jean-Pied-de-Port, a small town of 1 500 inhabitants located in the Pyrenees region, is crossed by the pilgrimage trails of Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle.