Solar LED lights can be installed in many places, wherever the solar panel has direct access to sunlight. To see if solar lighting is your best alternative, or if you should consider traditional electric lighting, read the answers to these 3 questions:
01. Is there electricity available already?
If If there is electricity available where you want to install the lighting, great—this gives you two options (electric or solar). However, if there is no electricity available, then installing electric lighting will involve the cost of trenching and adding the needed electricity. Solar lights, because of their nature, can be installed anywhere. In particular, the all-in-one solar street light are very easy to install—they are lightweight and do not require cranes, so the cost of installing solar lighting can be much less than installing electric lighting—depending on the site.
02. What are the required lighting levels?
Lighting can provide a faint glow for a specific mood or be bright enough to read a small-print book under! And all types of lighting can be found in the spectra and solar lights can provide the desired brightness. Taking electricity costs into consideration, solar LED lights can be a great choice to replace already-installed lights or to install in a new area where a green alternative is high on the list.
3. Are you looking for a green alternative?
Compared to traditional lighting, solar LED lights provide a green alternative. Solar lights are separate from the grid, produce no greenhouse gases, and, being completely self-sufficient, provide lighting even if the electricity fails. A particularly viable option is integrated solar street lights, which have the solar panel, battery and controller integrated, and this means a longer service span and little, if any, maintenance.
You are welcome to contact us for more details about our all-in-one solar street lights, and our dedicated staff will assist you right away.