The United Municipalities and Cities of Cameroon (CVUC) and Sunna Design are joining forces to deploy autonomous lighting solutions throughout the country. One year after winning a contract to supply 50 000 solar street lights in Togo, Sunna Design continues its successful collaboration with African countries for solar street lighting in rural areas.
On November 23, 2022, Augustin Tamba, President of the CVUC association, and Ignace de Prest, General Manager of Sunna Design, met in Yaoundé in the presence of Georges Elanga Obam, Minister of Decentralization and Local Development, to sign an agreement for the supply of 100 750 autonomous solar street lamps for 360 municipalities of Cameroon.
A first phase is planned for early 2023 with the installation of 17 750 solar streetlights.
There is a multiple objective to this partnership: to reinforce the security of neighborhoods and villages, to improve the standard of living of the inhabitants of the decentralized territorial communities of Cameroon, to promote the development of the hinterland thanks to efficient public lighting.
In sub-Saharan Africa, millions of people remain without access to electricity. Since its beginnings, Sunna Design has been committed to governments and local populations to provide autonomous lighting solutions even in the most isolated areas.