Even though access to energy is improving around the world, 840 million people are still deprived of electricity on a daily basis. According to a 2019 World Bank report, 15 of the 20 countries with[...]
In remote areas, sometimes still deprived from any access to electricity, the installation of lighting systems and especially solar street lamps represents tremendous progress, allowing activities to[...]
Since its beginning in 2011, Sunna Design has committed to a dynamic of virtuous growth, in line with the objectives of sustainable development. Clean energies are our future, and Sunna Design[...]
A sustainable lighting system must be thought up to its recyclability. Autonomous and self-sufficient, solar streetlights use clean, natural and renewable energy. But what happens when comes the time[...]
Bordeaux, February 8, 2022
The 40 million euro contract involves supplying and installation of 50,000 connected solar street lamps in several thousand non-electrified rural villages as well as maintenance and related services[...]
As part of the strengthening of its network of partners around the world, Sunna Design is training local teams in all areas where its lights are installed, through its Sunna Design Academy.
A genuine challenge for sustainability
« Draugystès » means « friendship ».
This urban park in Kaunas is a favourite place for the city’s residents and families, who enjoy the children’s[...]