Archipelago of the Indian Ocean located between the coast of Mozambique and Madagascar, Mayotte is a French overseas department particularly famous for its seabed. The territory has all the geographical advantages of an island as well as the problems inherent to this type of region. Energy development is one of its challenges, which the local company EDM and Sunna Design accompanied together in 2016.
The city of Valencia in Spain has opted for Sunna Design’s solar street lights to illuminate dark areas of one of its parks. A true green heart of the city, the Jardín de Viveros now benefits from a reliable and sustainable public lighting system, adapted to the needs of both citizens and nature.
The City of Eysines, located in the South-West of France, decided to modernize its housing estates’ public lighting, calling in Sunna Design and its efficient lighting solutions, in the frame of a sustainable and local approach, supported by Citeos.
Along the shore of Morocco, Safi beach faces the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. It is a meeting point for the inhabitants of the nearby city and for tourists who come to enjoy its tranquility. In order for this relaxing place to remain accessible after dark, several Sunna Design streetlights were installed in record time.
In Keur Massar municipality, Senegal, east of Dakar, an area consisting of a mosque, a playground for children and shops, can now be visited day and night, thanks to the implementation of Sunna Design’s solar lighting solutions.
Chile is on the fast track to reach its goal of up to 70% renewable energy by 2050. Converting public lighting systems is the part of the equation that can be done right now. In fact, SUNNA Design did it in… six weeks?
Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo
In Lubumbashi, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Congo Energy installed Sunna Design‘s iSSL Maxi 4 and iSSL+ autonomous solar streetlights in Square Forrest to provide lighting and improve the security of the park, pathways and sports fields.
“Solidarité International” are deploying Sunna Design’s autonomous solar photovoltaic streetlights to secure the Gado refugee camp in Cameroon.
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.