In Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, a village situated in the french Pyrenees, secondary roads are regularly traveled by walkers and bicycles with a safety issue at night, especially on the roads leading to the accomodations for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compotela.
Moreover, roadworks had not provided the installation of classic street lights leading to prohibitive connection costs. Therefore solar street lights have been recommended, also alleviating the town’s energy bill.
The Sunna Pack 2, created from the alliance of the Sunna Design solar engine and the Thorn Isaro Led lantern were chosen for their ease of installation, lighting power and innovation. Featuring a dynamic intelligence, the light intensity varies according to the most used hours and so ensures lighting all night long for improved safety on secondary roads.