Welcome to Luci Australia

Fully waterproof and shatterproof, with a built-in rechargeable battery, all-in-one Luci lanterns hold a charge for up to 12 hours and stay bright all night. Perfect for camping, boating or hiking; emergency breakdowns, power outages or hurricanes; home décor, weddings or celebrations, Luci is ready for anything - anytime, anywhere, any weather.

Luci are manufactured by MPOWERD - 

 

 

Mission Sports Pty Ltd is a proud distributor of MPowerd Luci products.

MPOWERD develop and manufacture game-changing micro-solar energy products for use by people living and playing on and off the grid.The award-winning Luci® family of patented inflatable solar lanterns is infinitely versatile.

 

Solar energy is a brilliant solution to the energy poverty pandemic. Most people without access to energy today will never be on the grid, and therefore stand to benefit immensely from renewable, environmentally friendly and sustainable solar energy. Portable solar lights, like the Luci lantern, are safe, affordable, and have unparalleled potential as agents of positive change.

 

 

Lighting up Lives

Providing access to solar energy in the developing world has tangible impacts on social and economic development – and is intrinsic to achieving any of the UN Millennium Development Goals. In order to meet the goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2015, 395 million more people need to be provided access to electricity

 

 

Where Energy Poverty Exists.

Among those without access to energy, 84% reside in rural areas. The challenge of energy poverty is particularly extreme in Sub-Saharan Africa and developing Asia, where over 95% of those without energy access live.

 

 

What is Energy Poverty?

When human beings do not have access to modern energy service to heat and light their lives, they must rely on burning dirty, polluting fuels, and spend a disproportionate amount of money and time purchasing and collecting fuel to meet their basic needs. This is called energy poverty. Approximately 2.4 billion people around the world have either no access to grid electricity or intermittent access. This leads to burning dirty fuels for energy, which is unhealthy and dangerous.