The management team have over 30 years worth of planning experience working with local authorities, development companies and architects.
In October 2010 we started specialising in solar photovoltaic services, delivering solutions for clients within the initial growth period of the UK Solar PV market. We also provided consultancy services utilising our extensive business experience and network of contacts.
In January 2015 we identified an opportunity and Solar Vision Lighting Technologies was incorporated to provide a distinctive brand for all aspects of solar pv and solar pv street lighting. Solar Vision markets products with patented technological in order to present to its customers unique offers and bring a definite added value.
The first niche product offer marketed by Solar Vision is a public and private lighting solution powered by solar energy.
The primary goal of Solar Vision Lighting Technologies is to provide its customers with options in clean, efficient and renewable energy, through partnerships with innovative and creative companies. We work with partners whose strategic policy is centred on research and the continuous development of their products and who have a successful production apparatus.
In February 2016, Solar Vision Lighting Technologies was delighted to announce a UK exclusivity agreement with HEI Solarlight to market their unique range of lighting products.
Sep 29, 2021
Slough Council Install Our Spectrum Solar Lighting Column
Updated: Jan 29
The installation in the Foxborough Ward, lighting pathways between the community and local transport hubs and various amenities, is a trial, with a view to rolling out more new solar lighting installations in the future in order to save future energy consumption costs and reducing the Councils carbon footprint further.
The ground works incorporated the Krinner screw as a foundation avoiding concrete contamination in an open space setting. Eight columns were installed and commissioned in only two days.
The columns were supplied with motion sensors allowing the lights to be dimmed through the night, reducing unnecessary light pollution and minimising the affects on neighbouring habitats.