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  • US Phase-out of Inefficient Incandescent Light-Bulb Complete January 1st

    America will conclude its three-year farewell to inefficient general-purpose incandescent light bulbs on December 31, 2013, the National Lighting Bureau advises. On the following day – January 1, 2014 – it will be a violation of law to manufacture in or import into the United States 60-watt and 40-w...
    • December 16, 2013
  • Eight India Cities to Switch to LED Lighting

    Eight city corporations in Bangladesh, India will be replacing fluorescent and sodium street lights to energy saving LED lights, according to local newspaper The Daily Star. The replacement to LED is estimated to save the province 10 megawatts (MWs) of electricity per day. In other words, additional...
    • December 16, 2013
  • Christmas Lights Trivia

    A blogger  publishes an interesting Christmas lights trivia article on the lighting giant’s website. How many questions can you get right? Below is the full blog entry:(Christmas light decorations.) (LEDinside)Christmas is less than a month away and I’m hearing my colleagues and friends complai...
    • December 16, 2013
  • Overwhelmed Consumers More Likely To Choose Energy-Efficient Soft White Lighting

    It’s no surprise that consumers are overwhelmed by all of the changes happening in the lighting aisle, and research shows that most aren’t ready to make the leap to newer energy-efficient lighting solutions. In fact, consumers are purchasing  Energy-Efficient Soft White bulbs at a rate of two-t...
    • November 30, 2013
  • Senator Thomas Ada Proposes New Finance Agency to Fund Guam’s LED Streetlight Upgrade

    Guam Senator Thomas Ada, who belongs to the U.S. ruling Democrat party, has proposed a new bill to establish the Guam Streetlight Financing Authority to fund the island’s replacement of some 15,000 incandescent streetlights to LED, according to an article by Pacific News Center. Ada’s stated the obt...
    • November 26, 2013
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