When scrutinizing the details of a project, especially the budgeting aspect of it, it’s important to consider all options available to you in order to justify the dollar. Lighting is no stranger to this; something as simple as illumination in the dark can be incredibly expensive. We know those roads well, and we’re here to see that receipt get a little shorter. Traditional lighting methods–often times using high-pressure sodium technology–can be tried and true, but we’re here to tell you about solar street light installation costs. The total bill, when compared to traditional street lighting costs, is actually significantly less than you might think. Here’s the breakdown:
Traditional Lighting Costs Are Deceptive
Initially, the costs for standard lights are attractive because they’re not paired with solar technology. But a closer look shows that you’re paying a lot more than just the lights–you have to pay for the trenching and energy bills as well. Over ten years, the prices add up. Solar beats out on the costs for street lighting by skipping out on trenching and, well, it’s fueled by the sun–so don’t worry about any energy bills. We’ve even saved a company several thousands of dollars up front on day one of installation. It’s a smart thing, that solar technology. And we’re proud to offer it without hefty bills for installation. Trenching alone can cost between 5 and 12 dollars per linear foot. Why not just skip the bill altogether?
Here at Greenshine New Energy, we’re proud to offer commercial lighting solutions that light the way towards savings and a brighter future. Be a part of the solar revolution by investing in the energy resource of tomorrow: the sun. Contact us to learn more or take a look at how our technology works for a better understanding about the costs for solar street light installation.