Nigeria, a leading country for solar lighting development, has been investing for several years in large-scale solar lighting projects.
Our partner Schneider Electric Nigeria teamed up with Greenelec, a leading Nigerian player, in the realisation of a road lighting project using the latest addition to our range: the iSSLmaxi4. This floor lamp offers uniform (>0.4) and powerful lighting with a maximum of 15lux on the ground along Owerri’s main axis.
In addition, the fact of having autonomous solar products allowed significant savings compared to a traditional lighting which would have required a very expensive connection to the network
iSSL Maxi 4
Schneider Electric Nigeria
After completing several projects that have met all the expectations of both residents and operations managers, the municipality of Valencia, Spain, and Sunna Design continue their successful collaboration on the solar street lighting of the city. The Ministry of Territorial Policy, Public Works, and Mobility did not hesitate to contact Sunna Design’s teams to […]
In 2019, Sunna Design partnered with Congo Energy on a large-scale solar lighting project in the city of Lubumbashi. Through the installation of over 200 solar street lamp units in one of the biggest cities of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the project has contributed to the revival of public spaces while integrating […]
Between 2019 and 2021, in collaboration with Schneider Electric, and the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), over 130 Sunna Design’s iSSL Maxi Road solar streetlights were installed for a solar public lighting project in Tapachula, Mexico. This country faced two key challenges: a strained social context, partially related to migration flows, and […]
The City of Tournefeuille, west of Toulouse, has recently created an additional cycle route in its municipality, with the aim of improving the network of its cycle paths and in particular to connect them to the city’s high school. In order to carry out this project and in coherence with its energy and ecological […]