Understanding Solar Street Lights

If you want to know how solar street lights work, where and how they can be used, or how select a quality solar street light for your outdoor lighting project, read this article.  For a quick overview, please see our YouTube video “Solar Street Lights Are Bright Ideas.”

Solar Street Lights have been used throughout the world for several years. More recently, public and private sector property managers and roadway departments have been using them for street, parking lot, bridge and recreational facilities throughout the United States.

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Solar Street Lights: Bright Solutions for Public and Private Sectors

Solar Street Lights: Not Just for Streets!

Solar Street Lights: Not Just for Streets!

Many US states and municipalities also choosing to go green to stretch tight budgets and help with the growing desire to be environmentally sustainable.

Cities and states throughout the United States are looking towards solar to save energy costs and help meet their environmental sustainability goals.

So too are universities, businesses, ports and other entities responsible for providing safe and reliable lighting for streets and roadways, sidewalks, parking lots, jogging or biking paths, and more.

We are very pleased to announce that our store, SolarFlairLighting.com now offers solar street lights that are are made in the USA fully compliant with the Trade Act Agreement (TAA).  TAA compliance is necessary to obtain funding under the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), which funds 90% of all road and bridge projects in the United States, even those administered at state and local levels.

TAA compliance is also necessary for most renewable energy incentive programs and grants.  For more information, please contact info@SolarFlairLighting.com.  Information on these incentive programs is available online at DSIRE, Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency at http://www.dsireusa.org.  DSIRE maintains a continuously updated database of federal, state, and local programs for renewable energy.

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