GE and University of Maryland Jointly Successfully Demonstrated Prototype LED Bulb

GE released a good news that scientists from GE Global Research, the technology development arm for the General Electric Company, GE Lighting, and the University of Maryland-as part of a two-year solid-state lighting program with the U.S. Department of Energy had successfully demonstrated a 1,500-lumen LED bulb (a standard 100-watt halogen PAR38 bulb produces 1,500 lumens) that addresses key barriers to more widespread adoption of LED bulbs for general lighting.
This news was released at GE's Global Research headquarters in Niskayuna, N.Y.

As part of the DOE project, GE and the research team of Professors Bongtae Han and Avram Bar-Cohen at the University of Maryland's James Clark School of Engineering have developed and demonstrated novel cooling technologies that effectively manage the heat and promote lower system costs by reducing the number of LED chips required, when compared to conventional cooling technologies.
At present, GE and the University of Maryland are in the final stages of the DOE project. The organizations are studying ways to improve the reliability and lifetime of LED lighting systems.

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