Light a Lot
Enhance your parking lot for new convenience and safety
Parking lots, whether indoor or outdoor, require good illumination. Lighting increases safety for pedestrians and vehicles. This is true for commercial as well as residential parking lots. Reliability is essential, keeping parking areas well-lit 365 nights a year, without interruption.
Solar parking lot lights are a great option for adding lighting. Fonroche Lighting America makes some of the best solar parking lot lights, requiring minimal or no maintenance. We’ve been bringing solar lighting to parking lots and other areas for many years. It’s a great use of solar lighting systems, and a proven success. In fact, we installed our first solar lighting project at Sandia National Labs in 2006. They are still in operation, along with ten additional projects of solar powered parking lot lights installed at the site over the past 12 years.
Where Can You Use Our Solar Powered Parking Lot Lights?
Our solar lights tolerate heat, wind, and flooding. Fonroche’s application designers will help you select the right SmartLight model for your project. Choices include single or twin systems with a range of pole heights and power capabilities. Fonroche commercial solar parking lot lights are a great choice for:
- New park and ride lots, which often don’t have electricity available nearby
- Parks and reserves
- Schools with paved lots and little or no existing lighting
- Temporary lots
- Emergency rally points
- Dark (scary) corners
Why use solar lighting?
Providing commercial solar parking lot lighting can enhance safety, encourage retail traffic, and reduce liability. And it’s convenient and cost-effective. Easy-to-install solar lighting avoids design work, trenching and re-striping. Solar-powered area lights meet the specific challenges of parking lots.
It’s the right choice for parking lots:
- Aging underground infrastructure
- Paved parking areas in need of lighting
- Trenching challenges including permitting, wetlands, bedrock, and landscaping
- Sustainability, Net Zero CO2 or LEED targets
- Overflow parking needs in areas without infrastructure