The solar charging tree can use high conversion efficiency of solar
panels. It has a stable battery that produces good battery performance
with charging, lighting and air monitoring. Wifi, 505, and public
broadcasting are optional.
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Vendor Information: SolarPath Sun Solutions is a worldwide leading manufacturer of renewable energy (solar) powered lighting solar traffic calming solutions LED fixtures and specified solutions to any outdoor lighting concepts.
Founded in 2005 SolarPath Sun Solutions develops markets and sells grid-independent solar lighting technologies throughout the world.SolarPath seeks to engage architectural and commercial grade solar lighting solutions in order to enhance investments in the development of sustainable and long-term grid-independent infrastructure.
From illumination of private paths public areas parking lots highways to active LED roadway delineation marking systems - SolarPath Sun Solutions provides quality innovative solutions that are built to last and surpass expectations.
Engineering designs and solutions to every aspect of exterior lighting is our commitment. Conservation of the world39s energy by implementation of quotgreenquot concepts throughout is our goal. Combining the use of state of the art LED technology along with our sun39s solar power we accomplish our mission successfully.
As a member of the United States Green Building Council National Wildlife Lighting Council and IDA (International Dark-Sky Association) certifications contributors to LEED design - Solar Path39s market leading goal to lead the way in the implementation of sustainable energy design through the advancement of innovative lighting technologies.
SolarPath39s products are employed in a variety of applications including street lighting pathway lighting billboard illumination active roadway demarcation architectural accent decoration marinas government buildings transit shelters universities public roads and other remote locations requiring lighting.