Lake Forest, CA, May 02, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Greenshine New Energy has announced a new line of solar LED lights specifically geared for parking lots, roadways, pathways, and public areas where enhanced safety is required. These new lights, named the 260 Pro, the 290D, and the NSB Pro, have overhauled the design and technology of their predecessors. These new lights combine safety and aesthetics while remaining eco-friendly with their pairing of super-efficient mono-crystalline solar panels. These newer fixtures are superior because of their light pattern options to fit any public safety needs--type II for road illumination, type III for parking lot / street lighting, and type V for area lighting. Plus, they’re designed for easy assembly since no tools are needed during installation and maintenance. They’re exemplary for the growing corporation since they represent the cutting edge of light technology.
“It’s a sleeker light fixture that provides about 140 lumens per watt and performs much better than the old 260 light fixture,” stated Scott Douglas, CEO of Greenshine New Energy. “This will allow a customer to use less lights and get the same results as before. Less lights to buy, less to install, and less maintenance down the road.”
Greenshine, a company founded in 2007, has saved companies several thousands of dollars with their high-tech solar lighting systems. They have been invited to speak at business conferences to demonstrate their prowess in the solar lighting market. Now, their products are even more efficient with their new light fixture lineup, marking their position as a leader in renewable, cost-effective lighting solutions.
About Greenshine New Energy
Greenshine New Energy is a leader in solar lighting technology that specializes in developing and manufacturing customized solar outdoor LED lighting systems for a wide range of lighting applications. Our solar LED light systems are installed in over 5000 locations around the world and we provide solutions for commercial, residential, and industrial projects.
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