Autonomous and connected solar street lights irrigate the streets with light
This beautiful developing country has many roads that are not lit, especially in rural areas. The operational cost of infrastructures allowing the deployment of traditional lamps in a wired network for maintenance is too expensive. According to figures from Gabon’s Ministry of Water and Energy, the country’s electricity access rate averages 75%. However, this figure conceals huge disparities in electricity coverage between urban and rural areas. In rural areas, the electrification rate is around 35% compared to about 80% in urban areas. Most roads in the country have little or no lighting and the operational cost of traditional lamps is too high.
Lighting Solutions for Sustainable Residential Areas
Renishaw Hills is a mature lifestyle residential village located in South Africa, within the ecological village “Mpambanyoni Conservation Development”.
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.
Lighting Solutions for Off-Grid Areas
Durumi, a residential area located in the outskirts of Abuja – Nigeria’s capital – has around 1 Million inhabitants. This suburb had never been connected to a grid and was therefore plunged into total darkness every day.