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IMPACT

Little Sun allows people living in off-grid areas to work longer hours hence increases productivity, provides light for children to read and study, supplies light for families [...] Read More

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ART

Little Sun is a work of art that works in life. It is a global project connecting the world’s electrified areas with off-grid communities through the sharing of a common light [...]  Read More

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Light

The Little Sun is a high quality, low cost solar-powered lamp to get clean, reliable, affordable light to the 1.6 billion people or 20% of the world’s population without access [...]  Read More

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Press Conference

Singaporean creator of a solar lamp that made an appearance at the London 2012 Olympics has won a prize at the Energy Globe Awards, considered the world's most prestigious environmental award. Dubbed Little Sun, the lamp won the national award for best submission in Singapore.

It was first launched and sold at London's Tate Modern museum during the Olympic Games. Proceeds from this funded its distribution to remote villages in Ethiopia without electricity.

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Energy Globe Award

With more than 160 participating countries and over 1000 project submissions annually the Energy Globe Awards is today’s most prestigious environmental prize worldwide. It distinguishes projects regionally, nationally and globally that conserve resources such as energy or utilize renewable or emission-free sources.

The activities of Energy Globe attracts worldwide media attention - international TV stations report each year with approximately 1,000 hours of broadcasting time. The aim of the Energy Globe is to raise global attention on sustainable, everywhere applicable environmental solutions and to motivate people to also become active in this area.

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