Have you ever wondered, “why should I switch to solar lighting?”

Most people view solar lighting from the framework of smaller garden lamps intended to light a sidewalk or front porch. While there are still some options for small solar lamps, the industry has grown and developed so much since then.

Lights are more powerful, batteries last longer and many other innovations are rapidly changing the solar fixture market.

Did you know that you can use solar lights to illuminate a company or store sign?

Solar lights are now brighter and more powerful than they were just five years ago. The innovations allow more people to eliminate carbon output, save money on energy costs, and practice more sustainable habits. As a result, solar lighting is no longer only available to individuals but for businesses and facilities as well.

Did you know that depending on the light you purchase, finding adequate sunlight is not as large of a concern?

With innovations in battery technology, solar lights can sustain longer light outputs with less sunlight than before. Even though the sun is needed to power the batteries, if you live in an area with less sun than areas near the equator, solar lights can still be a good option for you.  Also, battery charging temperatures are becoming lower as the technology advances, allowing for people who live in colder climates to still have access to solar lighting.

Engineers and companies are now working to develop more styles and functions for solar lights. Post tops, flood lights and area lights are just a few types of solar fixtures that are growing in popularity. With environmental crisis and concerns over pollution, solar lighting allows for a reliable and sustainable energy source.

Some solar applications that you maybe don’t realize are:

  • Roadways
  • Signs
  • Walkways/Waterfronts
  • Decorative Post Tops

And many others!

The solar lighting market is said to grow 15.2% annually thru 2026. Maybe there are some ways that YOU can use solar lighting to help the environment and avoid energy risks.

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