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When Thea and Haakon bought a house with a garden, it felt like they suddenly had an extra room. It is where they spend their summer evenings – illuminated by solar energy.
Million Lives Club celebrates social entrepreneurs and innovators who are improving the lives of those living on less than $5 a day.
Farhiya Hersi Ahmed lives alone with seven children in Somalia. She has been part of the “Education 4 Sustainability” project which has enabled her to pay for her children’s education.
Norwegian Church Aid and BRIGHT Products have started a partnership called "Education 4 Sustainability" providing solar energy education and job opportunities in complex environments.
Team BRIGHT traveled to Kenya and the Kakuma Refugee Camp to interview users of our solar lamp SunBell over the last two years.
The art project 'Scream from Nature" by artist Lise Wulff using solar lamps from BRIGHT Products
BRIGHT Products visited hundreds of 7th grade pupils fighting for entrepreneurship award at SMARTingen 2019 at Sentralen in Oslo.
On a basis of user research, field trips, analysing market needs, and extensive idea development, BRIGHT develops innovative solar products.
How can we utilize the pure, warm pleasure coming from the sky above?
More than 90% of households say having access to light and charging are the greatest life improvements after purchasing a solar technology, according to GOGLA report from July 2018
High expenditures to kerosene for lighting and expensive one time phone charging, makes solar lamps an ideal solution for off-grid communities to get access to free, sustainable and clean energy.
Light and electricity through solar power reduce toxic indoor air pollution, risk of fires and burns, and promotes health related gender equality
More than half of households using a solar home system undertake more work and enterprise with access to light and charging.
Fragile and low-cost products challenge the solar market, but quality solar technology with flexible methods of payment outplay cheaper alternatives.
Especially women are exposed to risk of violence in darkness, but 91% of off-grid households feel safer and less exposed to threats thanks to light from solar technology.
Solar power provides a possibility to study after sunset and improves chances of success in the educational system for refugees and off-grid populations.
Customers in developing countries care greatly about quality, looks and design. Successful products should have a strong focus on aesthetics.