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Turtle Friendly Solar Lights Keep Nesting Turtles Safe

Posted by SEPCO on 8/30/11 9:30 AM

Lights near nesting turtles can make a good thing go bad quickly. Installing turtle friendly lights in those areas can increase the safety and security of the turtles, both parents laying the eggs and babies when they hatch. This is because turtles can't see the amber glow of special lamps used for these types of projects. SEPCO has completed two projects recently in partnership with Beacon Products to do exactly that.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, Street Lighting, Turtle Friendly Lighting

Solar Lighting and Off-Grid Solar Power

Posted by SEPCO on 8/25/11 9:30 AM

Most people are familiar with solar panels to power a home or building, or used to heat water, but many people overlook the multitude of other uses for solar. Solar can be used to light up a pathway, light up the building’s parking lot, or even be used to light entire streets and highways. Each light can be powered by a single solar array or you can string multiple lights together and run them on a single larger solar array. Whatever the application or need, solar can be used to power it.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, Solar Power

Top 10 EcoFriendly Celebrities

Posted by SEPCO on 8/23/11 9:30 AM

As we all know, the list is endless on the number of celebrities that are helping the world by going green and creating companies, awareness, and causes to help others do their part in improving the environment. This is a list of just 10 of those that come to mind.

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Topics: Green Ideas

Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Power

Posted by SEPCO on 8/18/11 9:30 AM

There has been a lot of debate online about the advantages and disadvantages of solar. Whether you are using it to power a large application, run lighting, or heating water, there is always pros and cons to the situation.

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Topics: Solar Power

SEPCO Completes LED Solar Walkway Lighting Project at USMC Base

Posted by SEPCO on 8/16/11 9:30 AM


SEPCO recently completed a solar LED walkway lighting retrofit project at a US Marine Corps Bachelor Enlisted Quarters. This installation allows for improvement on energy security and reduces current energy usage on the base. The new fixtures were selected to match the old lighting fixtures in design to fit the architectural integrity of the area and allow for more efficient LED technology to be used in conjunction with solar power. The project also allowed for lower costs by utilizing the existing light poles.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, General Lighting, SEPCO News & Information, LED Lighting, Pathway Lighting

Solar Lighting to Improve Life in Africa

Posted by SEPCO on 8/11/11 9:30 AM

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Topics: Solar Lighting, Guest Post, SEPCO News & Information

A Newbies Guide To Renewable Energy - Infographic

Posted by SEPCO on 8/9/11 9:30 AM

I found an amazing article that explains in a great infographic information on all forms of renewable energy. As the fastest growing energy sector providing thousands of jobs and providing a clean and renewable way to electrify our world. Now if Florida and the rest of the southern region would just catch up with California and Texas we'd be in good shape. What are your thoughts?

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Topics: Green Ideas, Infographics

10 Forgotten Ways To Go Green and be Environmentally Friendly

Posted by SEPCO on 8/4/11 10:30 AM

MC900437329 resized 6001. Recycle your cell phone – components can be reused even if the phone does not work anymore.

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Topics: Green Ideas

What is it that a solar panel does?

Posted by SEPCO on 8/2/11 10:30 AM


So while you are traveling around you see solar panels here and there. There are solar panels power cameras or a sign on the side of the highway. There are solar panels that even power homes and buildings. There are even solar panels powering lighting all over the world. Do you know how they work? How they produce the electricity to run the device? Let’s see if we can break this down.

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Topics: Solar Power

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