Hot Picks of the Week Feb. 15-19

Highlights this week:

Osram is putting the focus on sustainable growth and wants to take even greater advantage of the potential offered by semiconductor-based lighting technologies. Prior to that, another important strategic step, the carve-out process of the general lighting lamps business, got under way. Given Osram’s strong financial standing, the company is proposing a dividend of €0.90 per share at Tuesday’s AGM. In parallel, Osram has in the meantime also started a share buyback program of up to €500 million.

Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) Clarifies Details of LED Bulbs Distribution Under Hosa Belaku Yojana, stating that there is no differential pricing for different sets of consumers under Hosa Belaku, in Karnataka. Each 9W LED bulb is being distributed at Rs. 100 to all the consumers.

Current, powered by GE, announced a deal with JPMorgan Chase & Co. to install LED lighting across most of Chase's U.S. branches. Potentially spanning 25 million square feet across roughly 5,000 branches, the project is the world's largest single-order LED installation to date.

AquiSense Technologies has been selected to participate in the Biocontamination Integrated Control for Wet Systems for Space Exploration (BIOWYSE) project, using its UV-C LED technology.

IKEA recalls HYBY, RINNA and LOCK ceiling lamps for laceration hazard, totaling at one millions of lamps.


Editor Recommendations

  1. Osram: Carve-out of General Lighting Business and Share Buyback Both on Track

  2. DOE's CALiPER Program Releases New Snapshot on MR16 Lamps

  3. IKEA Recalls HYBY and LOCK Ceiling Lamps for Potential Falling Hazard

  4. Flexible OLED Smartphone Enables Multitouch with Bend Input

  5. AquiSense to Design Crucial Parts Using UVC LEDs for International Space Station Project

  6. Silver Spring Networks Develops Networked LED Street Lights Solution Using Philips Drivers

  7. Indian City Chennai to Install 30K LED Streetlights for US $21M without the Assistance of EESL

  8. Lighting Japan Marks a Success in 2016


What’s trending

  1. Hong Kong Celebrates Valentine's Day with 25K LED Lit Roses



Industry News

  1. Lunera Recalls 60,000 LED Lamps for Overheating and Other Hazards

  2. LANG AG Selects Leyard as LED Solution Provider at ISE 2016

  3. HELLA Lighting Solutions Featured in New Audi A4

  4. Sumitomo Chemical to Showcase Polymer OLED Installation at Light+Building 2016

  5. Veeco Partners with imec to Boost Performance in GaN-Based Power Devices

  6. DOE Released New Proposed Efficiency Rule for Light Bulbs

  7. Osram Sylvania Releases 10-Year LED Lighting for Residential Applications

  8. EESL Clarifies Details of LED Bulbs Distribution Under Hosa Belaku Yojana

New Products

  1. Soraa Unveils Flicker Free MR16 LED Lamps

  2. LEDtronics Releases New Low Profile LEDs with High Efficacy

  3. Venture Lighting to Showcase New VLED Module and Retrofit LEDs at Frankfurt

  4. Cree Unveils New High Bay LED Luminaire with CRI 80 Plus and Improved Efficacy

  5. New DUV LEDs at 50mW from Nikkiso America are Ready for Shipment

  6. Evluma Launches Omnidirectional LED Streetlight Replacement

  7. Russian Startup Launches Fotogen Portable LED Lamp on Indiegogo

  8. Tridonic Expands Outdoor Voltage- resistant Driver Portfolio

  9. Antron Adds New LED Drivers to its Product Portfolio

  10. Regent Technology Unveils Water Proof Linear LEDs

  11. MaxLite Unveils LED Retrofit Downlight for Architectural Illumination

  12. Kaori Introduces Energy Saving Panel Light for Indoor Applications

  13. Lunera Lighting Adds New LED T8 Linear Fluorescent Replacement to Product Portfolio

  14. InteLink Technology Launches Smart Lighitng Control and Management Software

  15. Microstone Adds UV Curing Panel LED Lights to Product Portfolio

  16. LEDs from JMLED Cuts 70% of Energy Bill with Efficient Performance and Extended Lifetime

  17. Veeco Adds K475i As/P MOCVD System to Product Portfolio


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