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293 Industriel, St-Eustache QC, J7R 6B7

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We rethink solar.

SOLIS has been the solar lighting specialist in Quebec for more than ten years. Their solar streetlights are available in integrated and conventional versions. Leader in solar solutions, they develop stand-alone streetlights for various uses such as parks, bike paths, camping, landings (bus stops, marina, wharf), roads and many other applications.

Opti-Com Solutions markets their unique products within all sectors of the industry such as municipalities, businesses, construction, oil or mining... We are also available to all private or business consumers to meet all of their lighting and energy needs.

"Solar lighting is interesting for Canadian municipalities. For example, in parks and green spaces, they help preserve their natural appearance by avoiding unsightly electric poles. It is also interesting for northern municipalities not connected to the grid, because they are supplied by polluting oil or natural gas power stations."

                          - Francis Tourigny, founder and general manager SOLIS

Their products

Adaptable high-efficiency solar lighting.

Model 80

Model 130

Model 260

Model 360

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What can they offer?

Autonomous solar solutions with multiple applications, adaptable to all locations.

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Solar lighting

All SOLIS LIGHTING products are proudly designed and made in Canada. They are suitable for a wide range of lighting needs; Postal boxes, docks, bus shelters, walking and cycling trails, dog parks, parking lots and much more.

Custom solar products

SOLIS offers a turnkey service to companies and individuals for the development and design of small-power solar systems that meets our customer's specific needs.

Solar recharge stations

SOLIS solar recharging station is a revolutionary electricity provision service, completely adapted to off-grid rural and peri-urban populations, where people can recharge their mobile phones.