Application of Kenya solar street light and solar garden wall light
Kenya is one of the countries with a better economic foundation in sub-Saharan Africa. The industry is relatively developed in East Africa and has a complete range of categories. In terms of transportation, Kenya is dominated by road transportation.
In its 2016/2017 fiscal year budget, infrastructure and information communication accounted for 8.93% of the total government expenditure budget. Budget for each area. In 2019, the total length of Kenya’s road network exceeded 160,000 kilometres.
To achieve sustainable social and economic, the Kenyan government has issued the New Energy Bill to encourage the development and adoption of renewable energy. In 2019, the total length of Kenya’s road network was more than 160,000 kilometres. A report released by the World Bank in March 2019 showed that 33% and 32% of households have access to road connections and street lights in Kenya.
Recommend several Kenya solar street lights and solar garden wall lights for you:
Kenya’s natural conditions for using solar lamps
Kenya belongs to the tropical grassland climate, and there are more rainy seasons. March-June, October-December is the rainy season. And the other months are the dry season. With an average temperature of 18℃-28℃ throughout the year. The highest temperature throughout the year is 22-26°C and the lowest is 10-14°C. Kenya is in highland with plenty of sunlight. Although the altitude is high, the latitude is low, and the climate is mild throughout the year (with sufficient heat). The rainfall is adequate (there are clear dry and wet seasons).
Solar lights are more environmentally friendly and safer than traditional lamps. For example, solar street lights do not require wiring, are safe and stable. The Garissa in Kenya is one of the areas with rich solar energy resources in Kenya. The total annual solar radiation is about 7756.25MJ/m², and the annual average sunshine hours is more than 2150 hours. The solar radiation conditions are very suitable for the use of solar LED light. Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is known as the “Green City under the Sun”.
In Kenya, more than 30% of the population lives off-grid, and they have solar energy products at home. In recent years, citizens have gradually realized the convenience brought by sunlight, and the number of people using household solar energy is rising.
Sresky developed ALS technology and TCS technology:
The ALS technology can automatically extend the lighting time, allowing solar lights to work as usual for 8-10 days on rainy days. And when the battery power (>30%) drops, the brightness can still maintain 100%. The independent modules of all the prime components of the Sresky light are completely waterproof and corrosion-resistant.
The TCS constant temperature technology can protect the battery let the solar street lamp can work as usual at the temperature of -20℃-60℃.
When choosing solar lamps, we must not only consider the high quality of the product but also consider the after-sales service. The FAS technology developed by Sresky can provide timely feedback on the problems of the solar outdoor lighting fixture and solve them efficiently.