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Solar Pavilion Lighting for Parks and Public Spaces

Posted by SEPCO on 4/10/14 9:30 AM

Pavilions are installed in parks and public spaces to provide shelter and a great gathering area for people. In the early evenings, before the parks and public spaces close, there can be a need for lighting at these gatherings. Since most pavilions are located in an area with no electric power available, installing solar powered lights on the pavilions can be a great way to provide people the needed lighting while not disturbing the surrounding area trenching in standard electric.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, Building Structure Lighting

Solar Power for Remote Restroom Lighting

Posted by SEPCO on 5/29/12 8:30 AM

Remote restrooms facilities are a perfect application for solar lighting solutions. These restrooms are often located in the middle of a large campground or state/federal park. Often, the electrical grid is not available in these remote locations. Solar lighting can be used at the restroom location without the need of the electrical grid. Solar panels produce their own electrical energy that is stored in batteries which are used to power the lights at night.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, Renewable Energy, Building Structure Lighting

Subdivision Mailbox Solar Lighting to Show Green Initiative

Posted by SEPCO on 12/6/11 9:30 AM

Many subdivisions provide mailbox clusters for thier condo owners. These mailbox clusters, usually under a roof structure, require lighting for the security of the residences. Power is not always available where these mailbox clusters are located and the cost of trenching and running electric to the area can be a costly expense. Solar power is the perfect option.

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Topics: Solar Lighting, SEPCO News & Information, Building Structure Lighting

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