Solar Panel Kiosk Wins AIA Austin Design Award

This  AIA Austin Design Award winning Solar Panel Kiosk welcomes visitors to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, Texas. Designed by Sanders Architecture, built by Miars Construction, and using LSX Frameless Solar Panels installed by Lighthouse Solar Austin, is a perfect balance of functionality and sustainability. Our award-winning LSX Module System is composed of the LSX Frameless Solar Module… Read More

LSX Solar Awning Provides Electricity to Bay Area High School

A new sustainable Bay Area high school campus, Nueva High School, opens in Fall 2014.  In alignment with the school’s sustainability goals, the school integrated a beautiful LSX solar awning providing for 30% of the current campus’ electricity needs. Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects designed a student centric campus that gives the students an educational environment… Read More

Outdoor living space on Bermuda is enhanced with LSX

Photographs provided by Solar Bermuda. Designed and installed by Solar Bermuda, this LSX solar canopy with SolarEdge DC optimizers is a beautiful enhancement to the Pond Outdoor Living Space on Bermuda. Modules: (20) LSX 250 clear backsheet Racking: LSX Rail and custom canopy structure Photographs provided by Solar Bermuda. Photographs provided by Solar Bermuda.  

Functional deck canopy with LSX and Enphase Micro Inverters

Photographs provided by Microgrid Solar. Designed and installed by Microgrid Solar, this beautiful LSX solar deck canopy utilizes Enphase Micro Inverters. Modules: (20) LSX 240 clear backsheet Racking: LSX Rail and custom deck canopy structure Photographs provided by Microgrid Solar. Photographs provided by Microgrid Solar.

LSX + modern design results in award winning LEED Platinum project

Solar has the unfortunate reputation of having an industrial appearance. Most solar arrays are hidden away with visitors unaware of their existence. However, by utilizing Lumos LSX frameless solar panels architects and installation partners, such as domusstudio architecture and Adroit Solar in San Diego, CA, have come up with designs that highlight solar as an integral part of a building. The… Read More

Levitated Toy Factory inspires sophisticated fun with LSX

Fun, creative, curious, complex, powerful, poetic, imaginative, beautiful, high-tech, quality – all words used to describe the sophisticated toys created by Levitated. These words and the mind-set they inspire are what the company has been built on; and the experience the company and their toys brings to each of their customers. The results are a feast… Read More

UCAR installs custom LSX “sunglasses”

For over 50 years, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) has been involved in the continuous research of Earth system science, the science of the atmosphere and its interaction with the oceans, land and Sun. The installation of a solar array on one of its buildings is one of many steps the organization has… Read More

LSX is a part of daily life at Iolani School on Oahu

January 6, 2015 – Founded in 1863, the Iolani School has over 150 years of history that is interwoven with the story and sustainable values of Hawaii. To contribute to the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative, in 2011, Iolani School began their solar program, installing more than 2,000 photovoltaic panels. The program has continued to the… Read More

History harmonizes with solar in Norwell, MA

Historical Barn transformed with LSX solar modules First settled in 1628, the town of Norwell, MA is one of the first settlements in the U.S. Few cities and towns can claim that level of history, let alone still have buildings standing from that time period. Adding modern touches, such as solar, to such buildings are… Read More

Library + LSX = inspired young minds

Pico Rivera Library sports a brand new custom LSX solar canopy October 7, 2014 – Historically, the presence of a library in a society is often considered an essential part of having an educated and literate population. And while that remains true, a library is also pivotal to our imagination and our future. It’s not… Read More