SolaRight Lighting, maker of the first patented, construction-grade LED solar paver tiles and street safety markers, announced this week it will now be represented by Cascadia Sales Group, a Portland, Oregon-based manufacturers representative.
SolaRight says Cascadia will cover sales to the green industry and parks and recreation customers in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Northern Wyoming.
In a news release on the agreement with Cascadia, SolaRight’s general manager, Drew Dozier, said the company is “looking forward to providing the Pacific Northwest region with our maintenance-free solar solutions to improve the safety and atmosphere for all outdoor settings.”
Based in Oklahoma City, SolaRight Lighting says its solar LED lights are powered entirely by the sun, using no batteries or wires.
SolaRight Lighting says the lights charge in less than three hours on a sunny day and in about seven hours on a rainy or cloudy day. The company’s products are used for both residential and commercial landscaping applications, as well as roadways and other government projects. The company also offers free design services.
“With Cascadia’s expertise in selling and SolaRights’s wide variety of colors, shapes and applications, the partnership was a great move into broadening our portfolio around the country,” said Todd Catania, SolaRight Lighting’s business development manager.