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Commercial Lighting

Roanoke Electric Cooperative’s outdoor lighting enhances your business outdoor experience while illuminating your facility.  We install and maintain all the styles shown below to provide you with worry-free outdoor lighting for a low monthly fee. To find out more or to sign up for outdoor lighting Contact Us.

Decorative Lighting
A pleasant addition to any entrance area, this model works well for front yards, walkways, businesses, and parking areas. The underground wiring is hidden by a black fiberglass pole.

Industrial Lighting

This bronze fixture adds a contemporary touch to streets, businesses, and parking areas. The underground wiring is hidden by a matching fiberglass pole.

LED Outdoor Lighting
The LED outdoor light is a more energy efficient and dependable light for member-owners. The fixture may be mounted on new or existing wooden poles with underground or overhead wiring. Tell me more about the Bright $avings program.

Floodlighting
This square fixture works well in parking lots, recreational areas, and sales or storage lots. It may be mounted on new or existing wooden or fiberglass poles with underground or overhead wiring.

**Underground construction is required on all lights with the exception of the Standard Outdoor Lighting. Underground fees shall apply on these jobs. On the overhead construction of standard outdoor lights, a charge of $2.25/month will be charged for wooden poles required for yard lighting in addition to existing distribution poles.

Please Contact Us for more information concerning outdoor lighting.

  • LED - Light Emitting Diode
  • MH - Metal Halide

 

News and Events

May 23, 2017

Hurricane season officially starts June 1.  When these storms hit, they have the potential to cause major outages.  Now, member-owners can easily receive outage updates with Roanoke Electric Cooperative’s outage text alerts.

May 23, 2017

Roanoke Electric Cooperative will be hosting the quarterly Roanoke Chowan Partners for Progress (RCPP2) meeting on Friday, June 9. Curtis Wynn, the co-op's president and CEO, will be giving an update on the co-op's efforts to provide broadband access through Roanoke Connect.

May 22, 2017

Roanoke Electric Cooperative continues to provide a route for member-owners seeking assistance programs and financial aid with paying their bills. 



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