Colombia’s new Alto Magdalena highway lit by Fonroche

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Building on its successful involvement in the ‘Viaducto de la Paz’ project, France-based company Fonroche is pursuing its expansion in Colombia with another ecofriendly public lighting solution — this time for the new Alto Magdalena highway project. Hundreds of solar streetlights are being installed at strategic locations along the route to make driving safer and […]


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 […]


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 […]


Sleek solar lighting solution for Beaconsfield

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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 […]


Fonroche wins contract for 15,000 solar streetlights in Benin

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Benin – another global win for Fonroche Lighting Fonroche to deliver 15,000 solar streetlights in Benin Fonroche Lighting has started 2019 by winning Benin’s international competition for the installation of 15,000 off-grid solar streetlights. It’s all part of the country’s ‘Asphalting’ project to modernize and upgrade public lighting for 10 cities, including Cotonou and Porto-Novo. […]