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Urban Solar lands UL approval for entire product line
by Staff Writers
Beaverton OR (SPX) Jun 15, 2017


Urban Solar products are designed to exceed the highest performance and reliability standards in the solar lighting industry. Powerful LED technology, intuitive power management, and environmentally friendly solar power allow Urban Solar to provide users with an alternative to conventional grid power sources.

Urban Solar is proud to announce that all of our solar powered LED systems are now UL Listed.

This listing covers all transit-related lighting products as well as all commercial solar LED lighting systems for applications including pathways, roadways, parking lots, and general illumination.

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is a global independent safety science company with more than a century of experience testing, reviewing, and innovating safety solutions to help customers make informed decisions before purchasing a wide range of technology products.

Obtaining this listing is costly, time-consuming, and requires the dedication of our staff over the course of many months.

Urban Solar strongly stands by the decision to pursue this listing as we work hard to set the bar higher in the solar LED lighting industry to ensure customers are purchasing safe and reliable lighting systems.

"Urban Solar is pleased to earn the world's most widely recognizable independent safety certification for our transit lighting and general illumination systems.

With this effort, UL has validated our industry-leading commercial grade solar powered LED lighting solutions for safety and robustness of design," says Garnet Luick, Urban Solar's VP of Engineering and Operations.

Urban Solar products are designed to exceed the highest performance and reliability standards in the solar lighting industry.

Powerful LED technology, intuitive power management, and environmentally friendly solar power allow Urban Solar to provide users with an alternative to conventional grid power sources.

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SCE and G Launches South Carolina's Largest Community Solar Program
Cayce SC (SPX) Jun 12, 2017
SCE and G have introduced South Carolina's largest community solar program (16 MWac), making solar generation available to electric customers who cannot, or do not wish to, install rooftop solar panels. Through the SCE and G Community Solar Program, residential customers and eligible nonresidential customers may now purchase or subscribe to solar panels at several solar facilities to be construc ... read more

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