From concept to actual, an outdoor kitchen gets a solar touch

What concept can you make into a reality with LSX? Spring and summer are perfect for spending outdoors with family and friends. The Bitting family wanted to do exactly that with an outdoor kitchen that would complete their back patio. To keep this outdoor kitchen shaded while running the refrigerator that will keep the beer… Read More

Lighthouse Solar is getting off the Solarcoaster

Lighthouse Solar Boulder is getting out of the installation business in Colorado July 17, 2014 Boulder, CO Lighthouse Solar, a Boulder, Colorado based solar installation business, announced today that it is getting out of the installation business in Colorado. Market conditions created by Xcel Energy and the PUC have made operating in Colorado too difficult… Read More

PARTY with a SolarScape in Louisiana

High-Side configured SolarScape is decorated for a summer party According to NREL’s daily solar radiation map, Louisiana gets nearly as much solar radiation as Florida. Unfortunately, the proliferation of solar has not been as remarkable or as supported in Louisiana as it has been in Florida. However, the limited number of incentives did not deter a… Read More

Take the X Flash Challenge!

Best pitched roof attachment Lumos would like to introduce the best pitched roof attachment in the industry: X Flash Designed and engineered by Lumos in partnership with EcoFasten Solar, the X Flash will be your only solution for pitched roof mounting. Like all Lumos products, the X Flash is stronger, faster and better looking than the… Read More

Higher education and enlightening solar are a matching pair

Lower Columbia College’s new LEED Silver certified Heath and Science building sports two LSX awnings Established in 1934, Lower Columbia College (LCC) is a community college located in Longview, Washington. In May 2014, LCC received an Economic Development Administration (EDA) matching grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to provide equipment for LCC’s new Health and Science Building…. Read More

LSX + history + modern architecture = art

LSX artfully meets the needs of a modern, yet historical, home In 1862, Congress passed the Homestead Act in order to open unappropriated federal land in the West to farmers. Adults were eligible to claim 160 acres provided they cultivated the land and improved it with structures. After 5 years, the land could be theirs to own for… Read More

LSX “pops-up” on Eyeboogie solar awning

Eyeboogie’s LSX solar awning shows off snarky sensibility Thinking beyond of the obvious is what has made Eyeboogie such a success. In 1996, Eyeboogie got its start by creating Pop-Up video for VH1. Officially incorporated in 2000 by owner, Woody Thompson, this multimedia company originated in New York before making its home in Los Angeles in 2003, bringing with… Read More

“Solar Energy Tree” with Lumos LSX makes its debut in Atlanta

Atlanta’s first “Solar Energy Tree” sports Lumos LSX “leaves” March 25, 2014 – For one of the largest full service solar integrators and renewable energy providers in the Southeast, it’s no surprise that Atlanta, GA headquartered Hannah Solar thinks outside of the box. With the renovation of their headquarters, Hannah Solar wanted to make an innovative statement… Read More