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Solar Street and Park Lighting at Colorado Municipal League Annual Conference


what are we up to in Colorado?

Sol heads to Vail to show the EverGen’s longevity and durability


Event: 2018 Colorado Municipal League Annual Conference


Vail Marriott Mountain Resort
Vail, Colorado

Show Dates: June 19–22, 2018

Expo Dates:

  • Wednesday, June 20: 8 AM–5 PM
    • Exhibit hour: 2:15–3:15 PM
  • Thursday, June 21: 8 AM–12 PM

Booth Number: 30

Find Sol at the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Annual Conference at the Vail Marriott Mountain Resort in Vail, Colorado. Representatives will be on hand to talk about the exciting projects we’ve been working on in Colorado. Earlier this year, Aurora, Colorado, was the first city in the state to install the new Sol EverGen solar light. The project, found in Sand Creek Park, showed the city’s commitment to sustainability and reflects the broader renewable energy trend across Colorado. Meanwhile, we also are celebrating a project in Wray, Colorado, that has been lighting a riverside trail for over 10 years. The lights have remained working with next to no maintenance, despite hailstorms, high winds, and more.


Both projects also feature prominently in the May–June 2018 issue of Green Building + Design magazine in a story about today’s solar technology and the role that Sol plays in that revolution.


This year, the CML is celebrating its 96th conference. Visit us at booth #30 to learn more about what we’re up to in Colorado!

Questions? Contact s[email protected].

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