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.
Rwanda is a country that has striven to provide affordable, reliable and sustainable electricity to all citizens. Recognizing the essential role of access to energy in accelerating economic development and improving the health, safety and standard of living, it has succeeded in attracting a number of private companies to invest in the sector, particularly in off-grid electrification to bridge the gap between high energy costs and limited financial accessibility.
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.
Iles Vierges Américaines
When two Category 5 hurricanes, Irma and Maria battered the U.S. Virgin Islands last year, most of the territory’s infrastructure was destroyed.
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.
Solutions for Sites & Facilities
Since the liberalization of the oil distribution sector, gas stations have been growing exponentially in the Northwest region of Cameroon. Each new facility construction project is now subject to new regulations and environmental laws.
Lighting Solutions for Off-Grid Rural Areas
In Senegal, 75% of the rural population live without electricity. In urban areas, it is estimated that 43.5% of the population does not have access to electricity and lighting.
Emergency Lighting Solutions
In December 2012, the Syrian civil war was raging since its start in March 2011. Every night, thousands of civilians were leaving Syria and risking their lives to escape bombings and battles. This has resulted in a massive exodus to neighbouring countries, especially to Jordan.
Lighting Solutions for Off-Grid Areas
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.