Here's a utility light that's both green and cost-effective. Sunovia Energy Technologies Inc., a renewable energy and conservation company in Sarasota, FL, has introduced EvoLucia LED general utility lights for multiple applications, including spotlights, floodlights and general landscape lighting. The lights were designed to be highly efficient and cost-effective. They were built to combine the environmental advantages of LED lighting with reliable, durable mechanical design.
According to Sunovia, the lights use less electricity than incandescent quartz or metal halide counterparts with negligible light loss. Sunovia developed the EvoLucia lights with Precision and Beacon Products, which are members of the Varon Light Group. The Varon Light Group will distribute the lights.
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