No, there are no specific rules or regulations that comply with residential outdoor solar lighting systems in Washington. But there are specific rules that comply with solar panel system installations in Washington state.
In Florida, there are no specific rules and regulations regarding residential outdoor solar lighting systems. But several regulations at the national and state levels can apply to residential outdoor solar lighting systems as well. Such as the Florida Solar Rights Act, the National Electric Code, and the International Building Code.
The California Energy Commission (CEC) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) are the main authoritative parties for establishing solar lighting requirements.
The state of New York is not opposed to any specific regulations governing residential outdoor solar lighting systems but has established regulations for commercial-scale solar photovoltaic projects on buildings.
Yes, you can carry your solar lights on flights, but they must be “ passive solar lights." The passive means the devices do not emit radio waves or are without batteries.