Carmanah Solar Area Lights Illuminate Remote Nevada Roadway

December 11, 2007
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Carmanah solar area lights are improving driver safety on a remote Nevada mountain roadway. Illuminating a gateway along an unlit portion of winding road in Clark County, the solar area lights provided an ideal solution for this remote location.

Due to the isolated nature of the installation, hardwired illumination was not an option. With the gateway posing a safety hazard to vehicles traveling along the road at night, an off-grid solution was necessary. Operating free of the electrical grid and requiring no trenching, cabling or wiring Carmanah’s solar area lights installed easily and offered the added benefits of an LED light source. With up to five years of maintenance free operation, no bulbs or ballasts to change and bright, crisp illumination, solar LED area lights offer significant benefits over hardwired options.

Carmanah solar area lights feature an intelligent onboard operating system that adjusts to the surrounding environment to ensure continuous light output regardless of environmental conditions. An intelligent operating profile also allows the light to shine brightest during times when traffic is most likely along the remote portion of road.

For more information on Carmanah’s solar-powered solutions for roadways, contact:

Roadway Lighting Division

Toll-free: 1-877-722-8877 (USA and Canada)

Worldwide: +1 (250) 380-0052

Fax: +1 (250) 389-0040


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About Carmanah Technologies Corporation

Carmanah is an award-winning manufacturer specializing in energy-efficient technologies. The Company is currently focused on three technology groups: solar-powered LED lighting, solar power systems & equipment and LED-illuminated signage.

Carmanah is headquartered in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and has branch offices and/or sales representation in 11 cities across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom.

The shares of Carmanah Technologies Corporation are publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “CMH” and on the Berlin and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges under the symbol “QCX“. For more information, please visit