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.
In Santa Eugenia, municipality of Mallorca in the Balearic Islands, lack of lighting on the Camí de s’Hostalet makes it difficult to use this road at night. After considering several types of street lights, the city hall gave preference to Sunna Design’s solar solutions for their quality, specifications and guarantees.
Sunna Design participated to the humanitarian action carried out by Zayed Sustainability Prize, aiming at bringing solutions to areas lacking of essential resources. In Upper Egypt, Habaisha village is deprived of an efficient access to electricity, and this is where solar street lights were installed.
Residents of the new Serenoa Village development in Clermont, FL, USA, get their night lights from a range of 228 custom solar-powered street lights by Sunna Design, achieving the first SLaaS agreement in the U.S.
“Solidarité International” are deploying Sunna Design’s autonomous solar photovoltaic streetlights to secure the Gado refugee camp in Cameroon.
Solutions solaires résistantes à la chaleur du désert
Today, we want to live in a better world, a more efficient world thanks to solar energy. At Sunna Design, we love working for future generations. We want to illuminate the one billion people who do not have access to light and also help smart cities in their energy-saving strategies.
Longboat Key, Florida
Solar lighting in cyclonic area
These UP solar street light solutions can be used even in the event of extreme weather events. Such as the frequent hurricanes in Florida are regularly confronted. clearly suitable for road and car park lighting.
Autonomous and connected solar street lights irrigate the streets with light
In 2018, Gabon, this beautiful developing country has many roads that are not lit, especially in rural areas. According to figures 2018 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.
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