Greenshine New Energy will be the outdoor solar lighting exhibitor at the TML Show
Posted by Becky Johanson in Industry News.
As a leading solar lighting company, Greenshine New Energy is pleased to announce that we will be the exhibitor of The Texas Municipal League Annual Conference and Exhibition show. It is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of local government officials with around 3000 delegates from 300 cities attending this conference. The conference will be held from October 10-12, 2018 at the Fort Worth Convention Center, Texas. Topics include smart cities strategy, Economic Development, Renewable Energy etc.
At the conference, Greenshine will showcase our outdoor solar lighting products. Solar powered lights have always been considered the most cost-effective technology to light up the city. They preserve nature and reduce construction costs associated with trenching, running conduit, etc., making them a popular choice for new projects around the United States.
Greenshine looks forward to meeting and connecting with city department executives to figure out ways that can improve quality of lives of their citizens and tackle issues on illumination problems faced by Department of Public Works in the cities of Texas.
Our outdoor solar lighting specialists will lead the solar lighting exhibition and demonstrate various applications of our solar powered outdoor lights. Some of our lighting applications including outdoor sign lighting, parking lot lighting, street lighting, outdoor pathway lighting, etc will all be introduced in the exhibition. As a solar- powered lights manufacturing company, Greenshine is proud to assist city officials by providing a variety of lighting solutions to fit their needs-- from the pathway, perimeter, monument to security lighting-- to ensure the safety of city citizens and better serve the people in the local communities.
If you have any questions regards to solar lighting or needs assistance with your projects, feel free to contact us at 949-609-9636 or [email protected]
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