Hiking Trails Lit with Solar Powered LEDs
Sol recently completed the installation of commercial solar outdoor lights along the Maria Ygnacia Creek Trail, a 3.22-mile path in Goleta, Calif., popular with pedestrians and cyclists. The solar LED lighting was installed by the County of Santa Barbara along a 1,750-foot portion of the trail.
The latest installation brings the total of solar lights installed in Goleta to more than 300.
Solar outdoor lighting eliminates the cost of trenching, wiring and other expenses associated with connecting to the grid. Plus, there are no electricity bills.
Another California City using Sol’s commercial solar outdoor lighting is the City of Visalia, which recently installed nearly 30 lights along the 3,600-foot Packwood Creek Trail. The installation is the third solar lighting project that Visalia has installed in recent years.
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