Future of Solar LED Street Light in Africa and Asia

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Future of Solar LED Street Light in Africa and Asia Market

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During its 40th anniversary in 2012, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) unveiled a Solar LED Street Lights pilot project in its Nairobi headquarters.

In 2015, there was news that Philips had won major contracts to implement LED solar street lighting projects for both Manipur Renewable Energy Development Agency (MANIREDA) and Uttar Pradesh New and Renewable Energy Development Agency (UPNEDA) in India.

These two scenarios are perfect examples that the push for solar LED street lighting is in full swing in both African and Asian markets. Let us see the direction things are likely to take in future.

In Africa

The solar street lighting craze is catching steam in Africa. This is good news considering that a recent study done by Philips discovered that the continent could make savings of up to $10 billion annually if it adopted solar-powered LED street lights.

 Currently, Africa has a very small percentage (less than 5%) of the global solar LED market. There seems to be a growing interest in solar street lighting, with several countries having already started installing solar LED street lights, albeit as pilot projects, including Nigeria, Ghana and Morocco. 

According to Andre Dehmel, who is the lighting general manager for Philips Africa, there will be more implementation of such projects across Africa leading to transformation of economic and social aspects of life。

Economies of scale are expected to improve and government policies will come up to support the industry in Africa, leading to more solar powered LED lights on the streets in the coming years.

In Asia

China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan are among the biggest LED producers in the world. Most of the solar street lights are in India and China, but other countries are expressing interest.

 The governments in Asia are playing a huge role in shaping the future of solar LED street lighting. Good examples are the UPNEDA and MANIREDA projects in India.

 In Japan, the government will continue to support LED street lighting projects as the 2020 Olympics approach. Solar power is likely to take center stage in the projects.

Things are different in china, where government spending on major projects has reduced in recent years. As a result, solar LED street light installations may not increase.


In general, the future of solar LED street light is promising in both Africa and Asia markets. Economies of scale are improving rapidly and the technology is spreading to the emerging African markets. Governments in Asia are supporting various projects. Solar LED street light is likely to expand even further for the next few years and become the first choice for many cities in the two continents.

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