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  • SPPC signs 10 year comprehensive deal with the city of Tallahassee

    SPPC signs 10 year comprehensive deal with the city of Tallahassee

    August 07, 2015 Deal To Install And Maintain Sun Pacific’s Solar Powered Bus Shelters And Transit Amenities In Hundreds Of Locations Union Beach, NJ – Sun Pacific Power Corp., a Commercial Electrical Contractor, which manufactures, distributes and installs commercial electrical fixtures, components, and an array of solar products, including solar powered Bus Shelters, Waste and Recycle bins with an advertising […]Read More »
  • Carteret installing solar-powered bus shelters, trash bins

    Carteret installing solar-powered bus shelters, trash bins

    March 18, 2015 6:30 PM CARTERET – The borough is going more environmentally friendly with new solar-powered bus shelters, litter receptacles and an electric car charging station near Borough Hall. The charging station will be located on Cooke Avenue near Borough Hall while the bus shelters and trash receptacles will be installed throughout the borough, according to Mayor Dan Reiman […]Read More »
  • Sun Pacific Power Corp Signs Contract With the City of Titusville, Florida

    Sun Pacific Power Corp Signs Contract With the City of Titusville, Florida

    August 27, 2014 6:30 PM Council Chamber at City Hall 555 South Washington Avenue Titusville, FL 32796 On December 29, 2013, the City solicited proposals for Bus Shelters with Advertising program under RFP 14-P-008R. The City received only one proposal from Sun Pacific Power Corp which was opened on February 14, 2014. The City of Titusville approved the award of […]Read More »
  • Solar-powered, High-Tech Bus Shelters in the Works

    Solar-powered, High-Tech Bus Shelters in the Works

    August 13, 2013 Many riders of NJ Transit’s bus service will soon be able to keep out of the elements in style, as approximately 100 new bus shelters fitted with modern amenities are slated to be installed within the year. Sun Pacific Power Corp., a solar-energy company based in Freehold, has been working with municipalities throughout the state to replace […]Read More »