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Solar Street Lighting Projects

Below are some of our solar street lighting projects. These projects feature different style fixtures for illuminating streets, roadways, highways, and pathways. 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 worldwide, our proven solar street 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.
Martin County Airport Solar Street Lighting

Industrial Mining Facility Solar LED Street Light

An industrial mining company embedded our pole-mounted solar street lighting systems inside a giant tire filled with concrete as the means to create a free-standing, completely portable industrial lighting system. 

Dania Beach, FL Hurricane Rated Solar Street Lights

The City of Dania Beach uses our solar street lighting systems to improve security in neighborhoods and lower their reliance on local utility power while also being hurricane-rated for future needs.

Martin County Airport Solar LED Street Lighting

The high-performance Genesis fixture is used to light the entrance road to the Martin County Airport facility. These lights provide security to travelers and facility operators. 

US EPA Headquarters Solar Roadway Lighting

The US EPA research facility in Raleigh, NC uses our solar street lights on the entrance road leading into the facility. The decision was to save by going solar with lower installation and zero utility costs.

Bradenton Beach Decorative LED Street Lighting

The City of Bradenton Beach uses turtle-friendly decorative solar LED lights to light the city's main beachfront thoroughfares to avoid the cost of installing conventional lighting.

Pacific Missile Range Facility Solar Roadway Lights

The Pacific Missile Range Facility uses our solar shoebox lighting systems to light the roads around the facility for increased security and visibility at night while saving on installation labor and utility costs.

Solar Street Lighting Systems

Dania Beach Solar LED Hurricane Rated Street Light

Solar Street Lighting Overview

Martin County Airport SolarViper System

SolarViper System

New Douglas Park SolarASL System

SolarASL System

Fredericksburg Baseball SolarRatio System

SolarRatio System

Dania Beach Decorative SolarUrban System

SolarUrban System

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