Sierra Leone’s solar aspirations

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Sierra Leone is a country on Africa’s Atlantic coast, bordered by Guinea to the north and Liberia to the southeast. This region of sub-Saharan Africa famously has the lowest household electrification rate in the world. Sierra Leone has a population of nearly 8 million, yet only 13% have electricity. Even the lucky few have to put […]

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Mayotte’s streetlights powered by Indian Ocean sunshine

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Join us today as we journey to Mayotte, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and the coast of Mozambique. Mayotte is an overseas French-administrated territory and comprises a main island, Grande-Terre, and a smaller island, Petite-Terre. Our local partner talks enthusiastically about how Fonroche Lighting off-grid solar solutions manufactured in France are lighting […]

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Cameroon – Bright nights in the capital’s historic center

Our international projects

Solar street lighting for Yaoundé Yaoundé’s historic district lit by solar In the Cameroon capital Yaoundé, work was carried out late last year to repair and improve the city’s historic centre. As part of this project, off-grid solar streetlights were installed on 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) of road to improve safety and security in the Etam […]

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Sleek solar lighting solution for Beaconsfield

Our international projects

The City of Beaconsfield on the Island of Montreal, Canada, is recognized for its commitment to sustainable development and has been chosen to implement a roadmap for the transition to a smart energy community. Quite natural, then, that it should ask Fonroche to provide a lighting solution for its train station car park. Beaconsfield turns […]

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Sierra Leone’s solar aspirations


Our international projects

Sierra Leone is a country on Africa’s Atlantic coast, bordered by Guinea to the north and Liberia to the southeast. This region of sub-Saharan Africa famously has the lowest household electrification rate in the world. Sierra Leone has a population of nearly 8 million, yet only 13% have electricity. Even the lucky few have to put […]

2019-05-17

Mayotte’s streetlights powered by Indian Ocean sunshine


Our international projects

Join us today as we journey to Mayotte, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and the coast of Mozambique. Mayotte is an overseas French-administrated territory and comprises a main island, Grande-Terre, and a smaller island, Petite-Terre. Our local partner talks enthusiastically about how Fonroche Lighting off-grid solar solutions manufactured in France are lighting […]

2019-05-03

Streetlight production at Fonroche: technology, know-how and an eco-conscious approach


Corporate news

Following the ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications recently achieved by Fonroche Lighting, and to learn more about what the production department does, we talked to Nicolas Kudlikowski, chief operating officer for the last two years. He explains how the production facility operates and the various environmental and continuous improvement actions currently in progress. Production at […]

2019-04-09

Interplume secures its industrial site with solar lighting signed Fonroche


Our installations in France

The industrial site -100% French- of the company Interplume, located in Sainte-Hermine -Vendée (F-85210), specializes in the processing of feathers and down. Its customers are mainly high-end textile manufacturers, with export sales generating 90% of its turnover. Strictly committed to an eco-responsible approach, Interplume has made numerous investments to ensure a “green” production ( own […]

2019-03-25

Sleek solar lighting solution for Beaconsfield


Our international projects

The City of Beaconsfield on the Island of Montreal, Canada, is recognized for its commitment to sustainable development and has been chosen to implement a roadmap for the transition to a smart energy community. Quite natural, then, that it should ask Fonroche to provide a lighting solution for its train station car park. Beaconsfield turns […]

2019-02-14