SEPCO-Solar Lighting's Blog on Renewable Energy and Green Ideas
SEPCO’s blog about commercial solar LED lighting systems including info on design, economics, installation, and FAQs
In the beginning, there was light. That light used to be the only source of light for millions of years. Then we harnessed the power of fire to produce light at night. This..
Given the rapid increase of employees commuting to work, it is becoming a norm for businesses to have larger parking lots. Therefore, safety should be one of the business’s top..
There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic changed the course of modern life around the world, on several levels. But there’s some good news in the realm of pandemic-related..
When designing a lighting application, run time isn’t always at the forefront of the thought process. However, with off-grid commercial solar lights, the light operation and..
Whether you are working on an off-grid solar system or a grid-tied solar system, understanding sun hours allows you to understand more about how the system sizing is performed...
During natural disasters like hurricanes, you may find yourself second-guessing the durability of your outdoor equipment, from sheds to solar panels. But just how durable are..
Most street lights installed currently use low-pressure sodium, high-pressure sodium, or metal halide lamps to light up the streets. Not only do these lamps use a ton more..
Since the 1980s, when solar energy became readily available to the American public, tremendous changes have been made to the industry each year. As panel technology changes, solar..
There are so many great tools available online today. Some of these tools are multi-faceted and can be used for a range of applications. Some are specific for one industry or..
Our sales specialists are constantly requested to replace traditional grid-tied lights with off-grid solar-powered lighting systems by potential customers. This would entail..
As climate crises like the Texas winter freeze or the blistering heatwave that hit the Pacific Northwest become more common, individuals and municipalities alike are recognizing..
According to the EIA, over 219 billion kWh of electricity is used for lighting every year. Assuming 14 cents per kWh, this is the equivalent of 30.66 billion dollars a year...