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October 17, 2021

Solar Lights getting popular in rural areas

The use of solar light products is gaining popularity in rural areas inthe country.

Lighting systems generated by energy fromthe Sun is an economic, clean and safe alternate to ther sources.

A display in Port Moresby emphasized those benefits. The exhibition was held atthe Rev. Sione Kami Memorial church grounds.

Lanna Kami is Sole Distributer ofthe full kitted solar power light set products. The sets includedthe 15Watts Village Kit that comprisesthe Solar Panel, 4 tube lights, 2 matrix lights, 1 security lightobattery, mobile phone charge kit and adapters.

The PawaPacks come in smaller Kits as well and are all portable and ideal for rural settings. Allthe kits were put on special price that ranged from K90 to K1, 800. Normal retail prices range between K100 to K2, 000.

It’s a promotion of a small business that both my husband and I run. The sola lighting system that we sell are built specifically for rural areas, says Lanna.

Lanna’s husband Steven Kami isthe sales person. He explained thatthe Berefoot Power system is found all overthe world has won best compact solar power system in Africa and used in many projects bythe European Union andtheInternational Finance Corporation. It’s also already been used here.

Every pack sold includes a solar panel and batteries andthey come with a 1 year warrantee.

The distributers expect to have anther similar exhibition in six weeks’ time; but for any queries or interests,they can be reached by email; sunlightpawapng@hotmail.com.


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