First solar lamp categorized as a UNHCR core relief item
The BRIGHT SunBell solar lamp and phone charger was the first of its kind to be categorized as a UNHCR core relief item. Over 2 million lamps have since autumn of 2014 been distributed in refugee camps and emergency operations. But why is access to light and charging capabilities a vital basic need for displaced people?
We’re hiring – Commercial Product Manager
BRIGHT is looking for a Commercial Product Manager. BRIGHT's Commercial Product Manager will be the owner of our product portfolio with responsibility to ensure high return on investment (ROI.) You will work closely with our Design manager to translate ideas into commercial product solutions in line with BRIGHT's overall strategy
The numerous health benefits of solar energy
Unclean energy sources in off-grid communities create household air pollution (HAP), which is considered the largest environmental health risk factor for human life by the World Health Organization (WHO) (p.3). Replacing toxic energy sources with solar power have numerous positive effects on health and well-being, contributing to fulfil UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number three.
Safer scout cabins
Finally we have safe and environmentally friendly lamps we can trust in the scout cabins! For many years paraffin lamps have been the only source of light in Høvik Verk Scout Group’s two cabins in the Krokskogen forest. Fortunately, it has always worked well, but they wanted a safer and more environmentally friendly alternative. They decided on the SunBell.