July 9, 2008
With the grand opening of the city of Irvine’s Great Balloon park taking place this upcoming July 12th, we wanted to invite everyone to partake in the Festival of Flight and experience free hot air balloon rides amongst other fun activities for the entire family.
The Great Park Balloon is the first major attraction of the Orange County Great Park, a 1,347 acre public space on the site of the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in Orange County, California.
Passengers will soar between 250-400 feet above the surrounding landscape, enjoying a bird’s eye view of the retired air station’s transformation into the first great metropolitan park of the 21st Century.
Solar Cynergy has been working with the Balloon Park designers to go green and integrate commercial grade solar LED technology as landscape hazard and accent lighting. The Balloon Park will be using Solar Cynergy CSL 6009 solar LED fixtures in the surrounding areas as these models are completely self contained (with no additional wiring) and completely solar powered.
We are extremely excited to be working on such a great and sustainable minded project and look forward to seeing you all of you this weekend. For more information, please visit http://www.ocgp.org/gpb/ and http://www.solarcynergy.com.
For any immediate questions, please feel free to contact John Huang at email@example.com
May 20, 2008
Good Morning everyone!
Our apologies for the gaps in posts as we’ve been busy working on some exciting projects and showcasing our line nationally! For those of you in the Los Angeles area, our Solar Cynergy line of solar LED architectural accent lights will be available for viewing and on display at the Environmentallights.com booth #1004.
Please do come by and say hello!
December 18, 2007
Solar Cynergy featured on page 79 of this month’s issue of UK based Professional Lighting Design Magazine.
Feel free to visit their online publication at here!
December 10, 2007
Solar Cynergy – Embedded Solar LED Lighting
Posted by: mpg in Lighting, Environment, Educational
Planning a landscape project? How about solar lighting? Well, these are not your typical lighting you buy from your local hardware store. These are designed to be embedded into the pavement. The folks at Solar Cynergy have introduced a LED lighting product for residential use. The lights can be set into stonework, gravel, or even soil to provide accents or create a safe walk or driveway. It comes in circle, square or rectangle shape and colors (red, blue, white).
November 15, 2007
Going green: UC Berkeley leads the way
View the 7 minute flash video set on campus at:
14 November 2007
UC Berkeley has taken global warming and environmental protection seriously, establishing many new energy-related research centers, including the new Energy Biosciences Institute, which will focus on better technologies for producing biofuels — fuels made from plants. The campus has also set new requirements for campus conservation, and students are directly involved in the process. (7-minute Flash video, produced by Roxanne Makasdjian)
November 6, 2007
We’re extremely excited to see our Solar Cynergy RSC line featured in Solar Today Magazine’s
New Products. With a special focus on a Holiday Wish list “for the Gardener in the Family.”
You can see our feature on page 58 of this month’s Solar Today hard copy magazine! To browse their great publication online, visit www.solartoday.org!
November 6, 2007
Solar Cynergy’s new line of solar LED lights is an eco-friendly, reliable and smart alternative to traditional street lights and home garden lights. Run entirely on solar energy, there’s no battery or complicated wiring involved, simply place the unit in a sunlit area and you can use the sun’s rays to light up anything from your front yard and drive way to dangerous intersections and crosswalks.
The solar unit charges during the day and turns on automatically at dusk. A single day of weak sunlight is enough to provide lighting for several days. The lights come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors for residential, commercial and city applications. The lights are weather resilient (working conditions –4 to 158º F), durable enough to be driven on and if that’s not enough, they come with a 10-year warranty and an expected lifetime of 25+ years.
A six-pack of round halogen white lights retails for $699.99 on SmartHome.com
$699.99 from SmartHome
+ Solar Cynergy
November 5, 2007
Always have to support my fellow Berkeley colleagues. Check out a great blog on solar technology and news!
Solar Cynergy is putting solar to use in a new way. Street lighting. Connecting a series of in-street lighting or address marker lighting to a grid is a pain. Dig, dig, dig… annoy, annoy, annoy. So Solar Cynergy has done the obvious. Charge up those lights during the day when you don’t need them, and have them throw off solid LED light at night. Here’s to people putting solar to use in creative ways.