The Zayed Sustainability Prize offered yet another occasion to put Sunna Design’s expertise to good use to deliver a full turn-key project for Amman’s Prince Hamzah Hospital exterior lighting using solar autonomous tech.
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?
Here is a user case that has a lot to say about ten years of technical and commercial development by SUNNA Design : our solar lamp posts were selected as the adequate solution to light up one of Honolulu’s largest shopping center parking lot
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.
Château Chasse-Spleen is a 107-hectare vineyard in Moulis-en-Médoc in Gironde. It is an AOC Moulis-en-Médoc, which is part of the exceptional crus bourgeois classification. Sunna Design’s iSSL Maxi Road solar streetlights with motion sensors were installed in order to meet the architectural lighting needs of the site’s parking lot, in compliance with environmental requirements.
TWO HOURS AWAY FROM TAURAMENA CITY IN COLOMBIA, SUNNA DESIGN’S HI-PERF ISSL MAXI 4 SOLAR AUTONOMOUS STREETLIGHTS BRINGS RELIABLE LIGHTING AND SECURITY TO A GEOPARK PETROLEUM SITE.
“Solidarité International” are deploying Sunna Design’s autonomous solar photovoltaic streetlights to secure the Gado refugee camp in Cameroon.