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Sunshine solar lamp

The Sunshine range is made up of three models intended to cover all potential off-grid lighting needs: a small mobile light source (Little Sunshine), a powerful and versatile device (Family Sunshine), and an integrated home lighting kit (Home Sunshine).


Little Sunshine

This lamp is intended to provide additional lighting for small tasks (reading, sewing). It delivers a maximum of 30 lumens for 6 hours/day when fully charged. All components are integrated into the lamp, which makes it very mobile.

Family Sunshine

This lamp is intended for personal and room lighting, as well as mobile phone charging. It provides up to 300 lumens for a maximum of 3 hours/day. During the day, the 3Wp solar panel charges the built-in battery, and a mobile phone can be charged from the USB port at the bottom of the lamp.

Home Sunshine

This solar kit can light up to 3 rooms and provides energy for a radio, several phone recharges, and emergency lighting (through a rechargeable torch). It provides up to 400 lumens, for a maximum of 7 hours/day. A 10Wp solar panel charges the central battery during the day, which powers the lamps and to which other components can be plugged in and recharged (phone, radio, torch).

The TotalEnergies Ecosolutions advantage

Sunshine solar lamps avoid the use of kerosene lights, which are the main off-grid lighting solutions currently used by the populations targeted by solar lights, and which they are replacing in low-income homes[1].

[1]GOGLA, Powering Opportunity The Economic Impact of Off-Grid Solar, July 2018

The Environmental Performance

Sunshine lamps, compared to alternative lighting solutions in place in the countries concerned (kerosene lamps) demonstrate:

  • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80%.
  • Reduced impact on human health.
  • Reducing the impact on the depletion of natural resources.
  • Reducing the impact on Ecosystem

Picto Check VA External Verification

Indepedendent auditor EY has verified that this product was labeled according to the method described in the TotalEnergies Ecosolutions Guidelines and that the guidelines comply with the principles set out in the ISO 14020 and 14021 standards which govern environmental claims and particularly their accuracy.

Additional information

  • Label award date: January 2020
  • Label term: December 2024
  • Geographical scope: Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Tchad, Congo Brazzaville, Côte d’Ivoire, Gabon, Ghana, Guinée Conakry, Guinée Equatoriale, Libéria, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritanie, Niger, Nigéria, Ouganda, RDC, Sénégal, Tanzanie, Togo, Zambie, Zimbabwe et Kenya