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L-Prize Deadlines Approaching on January 13

The U.S. Department of Energy L-Prize® challenges industry to bring forward new innovations to realize the full potential of advanced lighting systems for commercial buildings. The competition has three distinct phases: Concept Phase winners were announced in February 2022, the Prototype Phase opened in June 2022, and the Manufacturing and Installation Phase is […]

Session Highlights: 2022 DOE-IES Solid-State Lighting Workshop

4 Days | 50+ Expert Speakers Join the U.S. Department of Energy and the Illuminating Engineering Society at the 19thannual Solid-State Lighting Workshop, January 31–February 3, 2022, where top lighting scientists and industry-thought leaders will gather to share progress, challenges, ideas, and solutions to shape the future of lighting.

Session Highlights Energy Savings from […]

DOE Moves Toward Ensuring Light Bulbs Save Energy, but Hurdles Remain

Washington, DC—The Biden administration took a major step late Friday toward ensuring most new light bulbs do not waste the bulk of the energy they use, but it is unclear how long inefficient bulbs will remain on the market. The Department of Energy (DOE) proposed to require that everyday light bulbs meet an efficiency […]

Light Your World with a Gift of Solar!

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N.R. Mallery, Publisher G.E.T.

I first experienced some simple, little waterproof inflatable solar lights one summer at SolarFest. They were all over the place, and everyone was loving them, throwing them, twirling with them and they were all over the festival. They caught my attention, and I have […]

LEDdynamics – Vermont Lighting Manufacturer

By George Harvey

Vermont can boast that in addition to ski slopes, dairy farms, and its other attractions, it has a lighting manufacturer at the leading edge of technology. LEDdynamics is based in Randolph, Vermont. A prominent statement at their web site tells us clearly what they have achieved in their field: “It’s Easy Being […]