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Philips solar road lighting

solutions
A breakthrough in cost effectiveness and reliability.

Philips has developed a breakthrough in solar powered LED road, street and
area lighting which offers reliable, efficient and cost effective lighting solutions
per km of road. This has the potential to transform urban and rural life in areas
of the world which do not have access to the electricity grid or where the grid
is unreliable.

Main features and benefits


Most cost efficient solar LED lighting solution per km of road
Patented optics and high brightness LED lighting breakthrough allows for up to 50m spacing
Most reliable solutions through Philips solar system engineering
Philips innovation allows extended operational hours
Philips innovation enables an efficiency increase up to 30%
Smart charging and discharging of battery extends battery life and improves system performance
Complies with strict EU street lighting regulations
Philips Solar Lighting extends the day

There is a desperate need for high-quality, affordable and reliable Total Cost of Ownership
lighting systems at sites where the electricity grid is either LED and solar technologies offer cost and performance
non-existent or unstable (for applications such as road lighting, opportunities that were previously unachievable. As a result, the
residential lighting, area lighting and security lighting). Philips Solar Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of our Solar Powered LED Lighting
Powered LED Lighting Solutions are installed at sites with limited or Solutions can be significantly lower than a comparable grid-based
no electricity. solution. Obviously there is no electricity bill, but other cost
benefits come into play, such as lower running costs
Enhancing lives within the communities: (no re-lamping) and higher uptime in areas with an unstable
Increasing productivity electricity network. Also of great relevance is that our solution does
Improving safety not require the installation of an electricity grid which is the major
Bringing communities together cost driver. This contributes further to the cost-effectiveness of this
innovative solar powered LED lighting solution. But thats not all!
Why LED? Solar power is environmentally friendly!
Low voltage (no conversion needed, therefore more efficient)
Fully dimmable
High Color Rendering index
Long lifetime
Reliable technology

Solar Panel
Solar Energy

How the solar system works


When the sun shines during the day, the solar panel LED Luminaire

converts solar energy to electrical energy and stores


Light on the road
it in the battery. During the night, the battery is
discharged, releasing electrical energy to power the
LED luminaire hence lighting the road. Electrical energy
from panel

Controller

Battery Box + Battery


Electrical energy
from battery

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Philips is offering a standard set of solutions
for straight forward applications
1500 lm package

System I System II System III

Description Description Description

Green Vision Flexi 14W Green Vision Flexi 14W Green Vision Flexi 14W
1500 lumen CW (= cold white) 1500 lumen CW 1500 lumen CW

50Wp Solar panel 80Wp Solar panel 120Wp Solar panel

50Ahr battery 85Ahr battery 120Ahr battery

Application Ideal for Ideal for Ideal for

Area lighting Parking

Security

Urban Lighting Parks, Walkways

Residential

Geographical applications overview and performance


Country City Night- System Runtime profile (uptime in hours) Days of Area Lighting Urban Lighting
length in Storage
Scenario I Scenario II* Parking Security Parks, Residential
hours
Walkways
Peak @ 100% Peak @ 100% |Off peak dimmed @|Peak @ 100%
Morocco Casablanca 14 I 10 Hours 4 hrs @ 100%|8 hrs @ 50%|2 hrs @ 100% 2.64
14 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.29
14 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 4.87
Algeria Algiers 14.3 I 7.8 Hours 4 hrs @ 100%|9.3 hrs @ 30%|1 hr @ 100% 3.23
14.3 II 13 Hours 8 hrs @ 100%|2.3 hrs @ 40%|4 hrs @ 100% 3.45
14.3 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 4.78
Egypt Cairo 13.8 I 10.2 Hours 6 hrs @ 100%|5.3 hrs @ 30%|2.5 hrs @ 100% 2.54
13.8 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.27
13.8 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 4.94
Nigeria Port Harcourt 11.7 I 6.7 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs|1.7 hrs @ 100% 3.84
11.7 II 11.3 Hours 9 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs|2.3 hrs @ 100% 4.10
11.7 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 6.00
South Africa Johannesburg 13.5 I 13.2 Hours 8 hrs @ 100%|3.5 hrs @ 90%|2 hrs @ 100% 1.96
13.5 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.26
13.5 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 4.94
Kenya Nairobi 12.0 I All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 2.23
12.0 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.80
12.0 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5.36
Rwanda Kigali 11.8 I 10.3 7 hrs @ 100%|2.8 hrs @ 45%|2 hrs @ 100% 2.57
11.8 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.86
11.8 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5.44
Uganda Kampala 11.9 I 11 7 hrs @ 100%|2.9 hrs @ 70%|2 hrs @ 100% 2.42
11.9 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 3.83
11.9 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5.40
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* Scenario II is an example. We can program any prefered runtime profile.
3000 lm package

System I System II System III

Description Description Description

Green Vision Flexi 29W Green Vision Flexi 29W Green Vision Flexi 29W
3000 lumen CW 3000 lumen CW 3000 lumen CW

120Wp Solar panel 2 x 90Wp Solar panel 2 * 130Wp Solar panel

120Ahr battery 2 x 120Ahr battery 2 * 200Ahr battery

Application Ideal for Ideal for Ideal for

Area lighting Parking

Security

Urban Lighting Parks, Walkways

Streetlighting Residential

Small-Medium roads

Geographical applications overview and performance


Country City Night- System Runtime profile (uptime in hours) Days of Area Lighting Urban Lighting
length in Storage
Scenario I Scenario II* Parking Security Parks, Small Medium
hours
Walkways residential residential
Peak @ 100% Peak @ 100% |Off peak dimmed @|Peak @ 100%
Roads Roads
Morocco Casablanca 14 I 7.5 Hours 5.5 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs |2.0 hrs @ 100% 4,44
14 II 10.1 Hours 5.5 hrs@ 100%|6.5hrs@0.40% |2.0 hrs@ 100% 6,55
14 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 7,90
Algeria Algiers 14.3 I 6 Hours 4 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs |2 hr @ 100% 5,41
14.3 II 9 Hours 4.5hrs @ 100%|8.3 hrs @ 30%|2 hrs @ 100% 7,33
14.3 III 13.5 Hours 7hrs @ 100%|4.3 hrs @ 80%|3 hrs @ 100% 8,04
Egypt Cairo 13.8 I 8 Hours 6 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs|2 hrs @ 100% 4,08
13.8 II 11.5 Hours 7 hrs @ 100%|4.8 hrs@50%|2.1 hrs @ 100% 5,65
13.8 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 7,86
Nigeria Port Harcourt 11.7 I 5.6 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|0 hrs|1.6 hrs @ 100% 6,04
11.7 II 8.5 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|4.6 hrs@30%|2.1 hrs @ 100% 7,91
11.7 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 9,64
South Africa Johannesburg 13.5 I 10 Hours 6 hrs @ 100%|5.5 hrs @ 40%|1.8hrs @ 100% 3,20
13.5 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 4,72
13.5 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 7,87
Kenya Nairobi 12.0 I 9.5 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|5.0 hrs @ 50%|2hrs @ 100% 3,51
12.0 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5,53
12.0 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 9,21
Rwanda Kigali 11.8 I 8.2 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|5.8 hrs @ 38%|1 hrs @ 100% 4,06
11.8 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5,62
11.8 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 9,37
Uganda Kampala 11.9 I 8.6 Hours 5 hrs @ 100%|5.9 hrs @ 44%|1 hrs @ 100% 3,88
11.9 II All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 5,57
11.9 III All Night All Night Peak @ 100% 9,29
* Scenario II is an example. We can program any prefered runtime profile.

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For larger more complex, road and street lighting
applications, Philips offers a tailor-designed approach.

Four key steps


1. Define, agree and validate the functional requirements
During this stage a professional Philips Lighting team will carry out
the customer requirement intake.

2. Create and validate the light plan


Analyze and adapt the light levels to illuminate, specific roads.
Based upon functional requirements our lighting designers make
light plans using sophisticated software to simulate reality and they
will engineer the light distribution that is required. We also ensure
compliance with applicable standards for (road) lighting (upon request).

3. Design a matching power system


Energy is the most vital part of the system. We create great lighting
solutions, generating their own energy. Transforming solar energy
into lighting consists of 3 steps:
Harvesting (Optimize the solution for the specific geographical
location)
Storing (Specify the required panels, batteries and fixtures)
Converting stored energy into lighting at the time and place you
need it and at the light level you require.

The system design is a sophisticated match between the geographical


location with its typical sunlight and climate factors, the solar
panel, battery capacity, the efficiency of the fixture and the lighting
requirements. The solution guarantees that the intended light levels
will be met during the entire night, even when there are a number of
days without sunshine. Our solar systems are so 'smart' that it reacts
to changing environmental conditions.

4. Design a project plan


Prior to designing a project plan, a site survey will take place.
A project plan covers time planning, resource planning, risk assessment
and installation planning. It ensures proper alignment of expectations
between the customer, Philips and other parties involved.

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The Philips Light Center project for Africa
Solar powered LED lighting for Rural Africa

The Philips Light Center concept


During the next three years Philips will create 100 Light Centers
across Africa. These are areas of about 1,000 m2 or the size of
a small soccer pitch and will be lit with a new generation of solar
powered LED lighting systems based on fixed 8 meter poles. They
Its so simple This is the future will be located in schools which are closely linked to communities
Lornah Kiplegat, Olympic and World Champion in off-grid or semi-grid areas (rural or urban). The amount of light
possible with these new lighting solutions has to be seen to be
believed.

Light Centers will create communal areas which can be used


for sport as well as for many other important activities such as
healthcare clinics, education and evening classes, social events,
commercial activities etc.

Light Centers will extend the day by enabling communal life after
dark. They will create safe areas and support sanitation.

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Philips is to be commended for this innovative new initiative
Kandeh Yumkella, Director-General of the UN Industrial Development Organization

" Light Centers will create communal


areas which can be used for sport
as well as for many other important
activities such as healthcare clinics,
education and evening classes, social
events, commercial activities etc."
Maintenance can become self-sustaining because the owners (local
authorities) can rent out the light or advertising space and generate
an income.
Light Centers are sustainable with only the batteries in need of
replacing every 4-5 years. They are not dependent on electricity
from the grid and will continue to operate during power outages.
Smart controls will switch the lighting on and off at pre-set times
and will manage and optimise battery life.

Extend the Day for your Africa Programs -


The Philips offer
Why not join us in our mission to bring practical lighting to rural
areas using the power of the sun? Philips can supply Light Centers
to enable your local projects to continue after dark. We can
arrange for full installation with your own branding. For more
information please contact nick.kelso@philips.com. www.philips.com/lightcenters

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The Lighting Solution itself
Each Light Center will illuminate an area of 40 x 20 m with cold Successful implementation throughout Africa
white light to a level which is visually clear and comforting (20 Light Centers are already up and running successfully
lux with a cold white color temperature of 5700k). Four 8-meter in Egypt, Kenya, Ghana and South Africa.
high poles fixed in concrete will be used.

40 m
20 m

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UAE, Dubai: System designed to withstand the harshest conditions in terms of heat, dust and moisture.

Why Philips?
World leader in lighting with more than 120 years experience
The best total cost of ownership
The most reliable system on the market today
Optimized system design; every aspect of our solar road lighting, e.g. energy
management and controls, operate at optimal price/performance. This is evident,
even for tailor made system solutions, that are configured to meet the local
weather and environmental conditions.

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Examples of Philips solutions

Germany, Pinzberg: Tough environmental conditions with snow, four months per year, 16 hours of night during winter.
There was a need to increase safety at the station. ROI was immediate and Philips offered the best total cost of ownership.

Netherlands, Son: Philips test site at car park loading area, two China, Guiyang: Award winning (Durban Climate Change
years of successfull testing with light during the entire night. Conference 2011) solar light solution as part of the thousand
village project.

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Contact/addresses

For more information about Philips Light Centers,


contact your nearest Philips representative(s):

Philips Lighting Southern Africa


195 Main Road, Martindale
P.O. Box 58088, Newville
2114 Johannesburg
South Africa
Tel.: +27 82 655 6858
jonathan.baer@philips.com
Tel.: +27 71 605 1076
mohammed.kharva@philips.com

Philips Lighting Egypt


City Stars Star Capital 8
12th Floor
Nasr City
Cairo
Egypt
Tel.: +20 2 24801450
ahmed.khattab@philips.com

Philips East Africa


mohamed.dagher@philips.com

Philips Electronique Maroc


Maghreb and West Africa Headquarter
Tours Balzac
Angle Bd dAnfa et rue de lEpargne
20500 Casablanca
Tl +212 522 790200
mohamed.malouli@philips.com

Philips Algeria
lynda.laker@philips.com

Philips West Africa


lightingmawa@philips.com

www.philips.com/lightcenters

2012 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.


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