Ever-changing technology means we will always have more and more options when it comes to emergency lighting, their power sources, and their functionality. While EcoCentricNow provides numerous options to fit your emergency lighting needs, not all options are a cure-all for every scenario.
Solar energy is fulfilling the need for a “greener” and cleaner source of electricity. According to “The Solar Futures” study completed by the Department of Energy, by the year 2035, solar power can potentially supply 40% of United States electricity demands.
U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) 2018 report on Wind Power electricity generation shows a booming industry year. The report addresses costs and performance for three installation sectors including land based, offshore and distributed wind. Distributed wind is categorized as small and localized wind powered systems providing electricity to homes, farms, businesses, public facilities and the […]