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Continuing Education: Gain credits with commercial solar outdoor lighting course

sol aec daily 3 steps to understanding commercial solar lighting specifications course thumbnailUPDATE: AEC Daily is now offering a new course by Sol: “3 Steps to Understanding Commercial Solar Lighting Specifications.” 

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by outdoor solar lighting specs and components, especially when every manufacturer presents its products differently. Our new course explores why clients choose commercial solar lighting, what components make up a solar lighting system, and the three steps lighting professionals can take to ensure their clients choose a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective solution that meets their unique expectations.

This new course can give you two credits for over 20 different associations and programs, such as:

  • AIA (American Institute of Architects): 2 Learning Units
  • GBCI (Green Building Certification Institute): 2 CE Hours
  • HSW (Health, Safety and Welfare): 2 Hours
  • AIBD (American Institute of Building Design): 2 CE Hours
  • AIC (American Institute of Constructors): 2 CPD Hours

See the full list under Association Info on our course page.

This course is also an option in two course collections: “LEED AP® Building Design + Construction Credential Maintenance” and “LEED® Green Associate™ Credential Maintenance.”

Check out our brand new course here.



Download our previous solar lighting course (no longer for credit): “Off-Grid Solar Lighting: Solutions, Savings and Sustainability

AEC Daily commercial solar outdoor lighting system course introEnhance your knowledge of commercial solar outdoor lighting opportunities with a free resource from Sol. Our course, “Off-Grid Solar Lighting: Solutions, Savings, and Sustainability,” is available to downoad below and is aimed at architects, engineers, and other construction professionals.

This resource explains how solar energy in combination with long-lasting LEDs will create a commercial solar outdoor lighting system that works for the long term. Focusing on sustainable design, it also addresses key site and component considerations, while also providing relevant case studies that show the systems in action.