d.light design Launches Revolutionary LED & CFL Lighting Products

d.light design yesterday announced the launch of its first line of revolutionary lighting products, custom-designed for urban and rural households in developing countries that do not have regular access to electricity and are currently relying primarily on dim, polluting and hazardous kerosene lanterns for lighting.

"We believe that 1.6 billion people without regular access to electricity deserve high-quality, safe and dependable light that they can afford," said Sam Goldman, CEO of d.light design. "We have brought together the best partners in technology, design and manufacturing to develop these products, which will radically improve the quality of life for countless families."

By upgrading from kerosene lanterns to a d.light design product, families enjoy numerous benefits including improved health through the elimination of indoor air pollution and significant cost savings over the life of the product. Three cutting-edge lighting products are currently available for worldwide ordering and distribution.

The Nova

The Nova is d.light's signature product, providing up to 40 hours of bright light on a full charge. The Nova, which uses a Seoul Semiconductor high-powered LED, is 10-20 times brighter than a kerosene lantern and 30-50% more efficient than fluorescent lights and will sell for $15-$30 USD.

The Vega

The Vega is designed for families who live in semi-urban and rural areas with sporadic electricity access and erratic voltage. The Vega replaces the need for candles, kerosene lanterns and other dim sources of light when working, socializing, cooking, reading and studying during power cuts. The Vega will sell for $10-$16 USD.

The Comet

The Comet, the world's most affordable solar light, features a super efficient and bright Seoul Semiconductor high-powered LED. The Comet models are specifically designed for dollar-a-day households who need a product with low-entry price, ranging from $8-$15 USD.


About d.light design

d.light design is a VC-funded social enterprise whose mission is to bring lighting and power to the over 1.6 billion people globally currently living without electricity. In 10 years, we seek to replace every kerosene lantern in the world with safer, brighter and more affordable lighting.

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