Texas Paving Company Saves the Day With Solar Parking Lot Lights
A strict deadline and a logistical nightmare gets resolved with the power of the sun.
Paragon Enterprises Paving had a problem. The Texas asphalt and striping company had just completed a $10 million dollar shopping mall parking lot job. The product was great, there were over 20 acres of pristine pavement, striping, and signage for the new health food store and 12 other shops that were ready to open their doors.
There was just one big problem. The city wouldn’t let them open the parking lot until they figured out how to light the main entrance. City power was either all the way on the other side of the street or on the other side of the lot. Trenching for a power line would have cost tens of thousands of dollars and would have ripped up much more in newly laid asphalt. Plus the lights would have costs thousands of dollars a month in power costs. The opening day, along with hundreds of thousands of dollars of potential income, hung in the air.
Fortunately, so did the answer. After a brief internet search, Paragon discovered that solar parking lots lights from Solar Sphere could be the solution. With the power of the sun, they could install high-powered, commercial grade lighting with no trenching and no ongoing power costs. The lights are ‘off the grid’ and since they are sitting at the entrance to the development they attract a lot of attention and got a local news outlet to do a write-up for some free publicity.
The solar parking lot light solution they discovered was affordable, easy to install, and was delivered within a few days. The stores opened on time and everyone agrees that the entrance is very, very well lit.
For more information visit http://www.spheralsolar.com/solarparkinglotlights.html.
- Contact Information
- Kriss Bergethon
- Solar Sphere
- (1) 970-372-4634
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