Spotlight Solar products are designed to attract attention...
…to clean energy, to the properties they’re installed on, and to their owners. Below is a sampling of that attention. Our solar trees have their own gravitational pull, but Spotlight's experienced marketing pros also help our clients to shine a light on energy stewardship.
Spotlight "trees" prevalent throughout what is being labeled America's most sustainable new town which is powered by more than 300,000 solar panels spread across 440 acres.
Florida's largest utility aims to boost clean energy visibility and adoption with Spotlight's "solar trees".
In this interview with Spotlight Solar CEO Craig Merrigan, pv magazine delves into the business and the business model of making solar visible...
This artistic creation by Spotlight Solar achieved exactly what it was designed and built to do – to put a spotlight on solar.
“our product has been put where at least 25 million people a year will see it. This is how we intend to have a positive impact.”
NC State University installs student-funded spotlight solar structure to drive awareness and adoption of clean energy
The University aims to build engagement and education around sustainability, with the ultimate goal of becoming a catalyst for the adoption of clean energy
The latest and most eye-catching expression of Tracy Aviary’s dedication to environmental conservation, education and solar energy.
Standing as tall as nearby trees, the solar sculpture is just west of the main entrance and has been installed to get the maximum exposure. The LSX solar panels are visible proof of the Rams’ continuing greening efforts.
Georgia’s first solar-powered charging station — free to motorists using it — was dedicated at the state visitor information center in West Point ...home to the Kia Motors auto assembly plant.