Our A-Light S was selected as one of the most promising innovations in the category energy out of over 800 submissions from around the globe and is presented in the
Solutions Database of the empowering people. Network.
The “empowering people. Award” of Siemens Stiftung aims to identify and foster innovative technology that tries to solve basic supply problems around the globe.
After having several thousands of solar lamps in use successfully around the globe, it was time for a dedicated website. On this occasion, the A-Light S got a new logo as well.
All contents are available in two languages (German/English) and presented in a responsive design. This way, optimal readability is ensured for all devices and visitors worldwide.
The A-Light S in its second generation ist now water-tight according to IP67. This was achieved by integrating seals in the housing and a custom designed switch button.
Additional improvements in the new version:
Flush-mounted button avoids unintentional operation during transport
The new hardware goes without tantalum (exploited in crisis regions) which is commonly used in capacitors
Even more robust against inappropriate power supplies
The wide-spread utilization of renewable energy is one of the most important challenges in our days. Due to this reason, the austrian society
Intersol targets to replace scarce fuel by renewable green energy with its project “Complejo Solar Oruro” (CSO) in Bolivia.
August 2011: Participants of INTERSOL-Excursion 2011 test new solar components in Oruro/Bolivia together with staff of the Complejo Solar Oruru project. They are designated for rural communities as a contribution to the fight against poverty and climate change.
Please visit the
website of Intersol for more information.