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Solar Building Structure Lighting Projects

Lighting for Mailbox Cluster, Pavilion, Restroom Projects Completed Using Sustainable Solar Power

Below are some of our solar shelter lighting projects. These projects feature different style fixtures for illuminating bus shelters, mailbox clusters, restrooms, pavillions, and canopies. Our systems are sized for a minimum of five days autonomy and require no connection to the electric grid; however, grid backup systems are also available. As demonstrated in thousands of existing projects around the world, our proven solar shelter light systems feature rugged commercial-grade construction combined with unsurpassed quality, performance, reliability and the value of 25+ year system life expectancy - all backed by the best warranty in the business. Click on any image to learn more about the project.

 

Solar Mailbox Cluster Lighting DR Horton

DR Horton

Solar Mailbox Cluster Lighting

DR Horton uses our solar mailbox lighting systems to illuminate mailbox clusters in various communities.

Solar Restroom Lighting Lucky Peak Dam ParkLucky Peak Dam Park

Solar Restroom Lighting

Lucky Peak Dam Park uses our solar canopy and wall mount lights to provide illumination for both the interior and exterior of remote restroom facilities. The electrical grid was not available to these remote locations.

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  For residential and commercial real estate professionals, solar energy is becoming increasingly more prevalent. Once known as an alternative source of energy, those dealing with everything from

Scotopic vs Photopic – How We LED Measure and See Light

The eye works in many ways. We often see things very differently from one light to the next. Early days of LED fixtures had such a blue light that it was very difficult for most people to deal with.

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