2014-11-25

GE Lighting Gives a New Life to Building 328 Office

Office Lighting Nearly 4,900 sq. ft. of office space was remodeled in Building 328 at GE Lighting's East Cleveland Nela Park headquarters. The goal? Create a newly inspired, more energy-efficient, all-LED work environment.
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2014-08-01

LED Waves Releases Industrial Lighting Case Study

In this case study, the 200W LED flood represents the median option in terms of initial price, with the lowest overall cost of ownership.With a Color Rendering Index of 80 (compared to the average CRI 30 from HID technology) the 5,000K LED floods transmit a daylight white quality of illumination.
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2014-05-20

GE Lighting Introduces LED T8 Lights to 7-Elevens Across Southern Thailand

GE Lighting has introduced its LED technology on a large scale in South Thailand with a major contract to supply lighting to 20 new 7-Eleven stores in the Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat Provinces. Operated by Yala Seven Co., Ltd, sub-area license company, the new stores are now well-lit with GE's LED T8 lights for optimal shopper experience and energy efficiency. 7-Eleven is an international chain of convenience stores that primarily operates as a franchise. It is the world's largest operator, franchisor, and licensor of convenience stores with more than 50,000 outlets in 16 countries. Thailand is one of its core markets with about 6,800 outlets.
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2014-04-29

Martin Professional and Tyréns light up Friends Arena in Arenastaden, Stockholm

Arenastaden is a new, trendy part of stockholm containing residential areas, shopping, offices and the centerpiece the Friends Arena. Friends Arena is Scandinavia’s biggest indoor Arena and holds up to 65,000 people. Tyréns, one of Sweden’s leading urban planning consultancies, won the assignment of planning lighting around the arena, in surrounding streets, bus terminals, ramps, roundabouts, squares, lifts and stairs. 
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2014-04-28

Philips Color Kinetics Lights up Historic 8 Northumberland Avenue

8 Northumberland Avenue's history is as colorful as the LED fixtures that now illuminate it. Built in 1887, the building operated as a 500-room first-class hotel until 1940, when it was requisitioned by the War Office. The building remained occupied by the Crown and inaccessible to the public until 2007, when it underwent a year-long, full-fledged restoration. It finally reopened its doors for general use in 2010, armed with brand new Philips Color Kinetics color-changing LED fixtures in the Old Billiard Room and Ballroom.
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2014-03-27

Philips Lumileds' Mid-Power LEDs Provide the Ideal for Low-Cost Residential LED Fixtures

 Retailers in Brazil have chosen a low-cost, modular style design using 48V mid-power LEDs from Philips Lumileds that accompanies the country’s line voltage—delivering the required lumen output using up to 5 LEDs per module for over 30 different commercial fixtures
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2014-03-13

Paris Notre-Dame Interior Basks in LED Glow

Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, announced it is illuminating the interior of Notre-Dame de Paris with LEDs that will show off the cathedral’s gothic features as never seen before. Philips is placing LED technology at the service of 850 years of history, paying tribute to the architecture of this Gothic masterpiece. A total of more than 400 luminaires were used, with an installed capacity of just 30 kW, compared with almost 140 kW previously – reducing energy consumption by 80 percent.
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2014-01-23

GE Lighting Sainsbury’s Highlights a Shopping List of Benefits with LED Lighting Solutions

Our Customer The first project of its kind, the new Sainsbury's store on Churnet Way, in Leek, Staffordshire is a 40,000sq ft store with a wide range of popular Sainsbury's food products and a selection of general merchandise items. The store, which was built with a number of other energy efficiency initiatives, opened its doors on the 16th January 2013. "To find a lighting solution that won't compromise our customers' shopping experience yet can help reduce our environmental impact also providing operating cost savings is key to us achieving our st...
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2013-12-05

Cree LED Lighting Delivers Superior Light Quality and Maintenance Savings to NC State Student Housing

When NC State sought a lighting solution for Wolf Ridge at Centennial, the university’s first residence hall planned for LEED Silver certification, they chose industry-leading LED lighting from Cree, Inc. to help the building achieve the rigorous certification and significantly reduce energy and maintenance costs. Luminaires installed in two of the project’s six buildings are already delivering positive results. Powered by Cree TrueWhite® Technology, the luminaires deliver the industry’s best color quality, creating more inviting and better lit environments for student residents while significantly reducing the school’s operational expenses compared to outdated lighting technologies.
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2013-11-08

Marshall, Texas Prepares To Turn On Millions of Holiday Lights

Families, fun, and the magic of Christmas will be center stage in Marshall, Texas during the 27th annual Wonderland of Lights Festival.  The largest Christmas festival in the region, visitors will enjoy millions of Christmas lights and hundreds of lighted Christmas displays. These lighted exhibits are carefully placed in the historic Washington Square District of downtown Marshall, allowing visitors the opportunity to see the displays by horse-drawn carriage, on a nostalgic English-style double-decker tour bus, or in their own vehicle. 
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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