SEPCO-Solar Lighting's Blog on Renewable Energy and Green Ideas: Street Lighting
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..
Cities and municipalities are phasing out HPS fixtures and switching over to more efficient LED fixtures for many reasons. There is a significant difference between these two..
There are many different areas that can be illuminated in any park; from entrance and directional signs, to parking lots and roadways, walking or biking trails, boat ramps,..
When designing a lighting solution, light trespass needs to be considered, especially when located near a neighborhood. Light pollution is another factor that should be looked..
There are many different factors to consider when putting together a solar street light proposal. Not many people know all the considerations required, but here is a list of a..
Before examining the means with which to create a BETTER solar street light specification, let’s start by taking a closer look at very bad solar street light specification from..
All over the US and even most of the developed world, street lights are installed to provide illumination to the travelers that are moving about from one place to another...
There are many components involved in creating a commercial solar street light system. What components are used to manufacture the system can make or break a system over time...
More solar street lights are being installed worldwide and are slowly taking over as the way to illuminate the streets at night, but what are their differences? Why are solar..