Urban Solar’s Eben Lindsey Named One of Mass Transit’s…

Urban Solar is proud to announce that Eben Lindsey, Senior Business Development Manager and Marketing Manager, has been named as one of Mass Transit’s 40 under 40 for 2020!  Mass Transit recognizes 40 outstanding young individuals (under 40) annually to acknowledge and celebrate the difference they make in the public transit industry.

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Eben Lindsey Talks About the Benefits of Solar Lighting…

Urban Solar’s Senior Business Development Manager, Eben Lindsey recently gave a talk as part of the StreetsLA Sidewalk and Transit Amenities Program (STAP) networking event. Watch Eben discuss the importance of energy efficient bus shelter lighting and associated amenities, such as light boxes. Easily deployable lighting and solar power options, like Urban Solar’s PV Stop+, offer flexible features that improve both safety and convenience for riders, including USB port options, security lighting and clear digital signage. Read more “Eben Lindsey Talks About the Benefits of Solar Lighting – StreetsLA Event”

Urban Solar Awarded Contract to Supply PV Stop+ to…

BEAVERTON, OR – Following a competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) has chosen Urban Solar’s PV Stop + to provide bright, reliable security lighting at the Authority’s unsheltered bus stops.

The PV Stop+ is a self-contained solar lighting system that is easily installed on any bus stop pole. Transit agencies across the United States trust the PV Stop+ to enhance rider safety and reduce pass-bys.

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From our customers:

“Urban Solar’s technology adapts to our short, overcast winter days and offers a remarkable and reliable product. It enhances passenger’s safety and operator visibility.”

– Jeff Brewster, Intercity Transit

“The new Urban Solar improvements and technology have increased ridership more than 20 percent and decreased costs by about 35 percent.”

– Richard Tree, Porterville Transit

“Initial costs to supply and install these lights are lower compared to conventional systems. We will do more of these installations as pathway lighting needs arise.”

– Gary Darrah, District of Saanich