2012-02-17

Lighting Science Group’s LED Street Lights Helps Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin Go Green

Lighting Science Group has supported Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, for LED Street Lights installation. Lighting Science Group's PROLIFIC Series DBR and LSR4 street lights, complete with wildlife guards, were used to light of the streets of Pleasant Prairie. The DBR luminaires are compatible with smart grid services, remote monitoring capabilities, dimming, midnight dimming, and occupancy sensors; while the LSR4 fixtures offer a full cutoff optic that meets dark sky requirements. The Company's PROLIFIC Series street lights are the ...
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2012-01-31

Lighting Science Group Becomes North American Largest LED Lights Producer

Lighting Science Group has become No. 1 LED light bulb producer in North America with its lines of top-quality fixtures throughout the past few years. In 2011, the company announced that it had sold 4.5 million light bulbs. This 450 percent increase from its 2010 sales now make it the largest producer of LED lights in North America. Jim Haworth, chairman and chief executive officer of Lighting Science Group, said that "As we celebrate 2011's achievements, we also look ahead to our anticipated opening of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in India,...
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2012-01-16

Lighting Science Group Appoints Former U.S. Department of Energy Communications Chief Andrew Beck

Beck Joins the Company as Chief Communications Officer Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCBB: LSCG), one of the world's leading LED lighting manufacturers, announced today that it has hired Andrew "Andy" Beck to serve as chief communications officer. A former director of public affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, Beck will oversee all aspects of the Company's communications—both internal and external—and advise the senior executive team on government affairs, investor relations and issues management.  He will rep...
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2011-12-16

Lighting Science Group Designs LED Winter Wonderland for the Atlanta Botanical Garden

Lighting Science Group (OTCBB: LSCG), one of the world's leading LED lighting manufacturers, announced today the completion of an Atlanta Botanical Garden's seasonal light exhibit, 'Garden Lights, Holiday Nights,' which features green both as a primary festival color and as an operating energy principle. Nearly one million lights have transformed the garden grounds into a veritable winter wonderland, but Lighting Science Group's computer-animated LED installation on the Great Lawn serves as the display's undisputed flagship finale. Dazz...
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2011-12-07

Lighting Science Group's Ultra-efficient LED Bulbs Light-up New Dallas Arboretum Grounds

Lighting Science Group announced today that the company's LED bulbs have been used to light the Dallas Arboretum's newly christened Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill. The 2 acre rill features a collection of over 80 varieties of 200 signature Japanese Maples along the periphery of a circulating brook and winding pedestrian pathway. As opposed to R40 175W mercury vapor lamps that would have required ballast boxes to be mounted to trees, Lighting Science Group worked with Unique Lighting of Texas to illuminate the area with its ultra-efficient PAR30 LED bulbs....
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2011-11-14

Lighting Science Group LEDs Support for FIRST® Youth Science and Technology Enrichment Programs

Lighting Science Group has signed an agreement on reselling the company’s A19 LED bulbs with FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), a not-for-profit public charity founded by inventor Dean Kamen, strives to cultivate young people’s interest and participation in science, technology, engineering and math. The agreement encourages FIRST middle school and high-school students to sell LED bulbs, produced by Lighting Science Group, in their home communities. A modern-day twist on traditional fundraising methods, the...
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2011-11-11

Lighting Science Group Launches Its BayLight(TM) LED High Bay Fixture

Lighting Science Group has launched its BayLight(TM) LED high bay fixture. The new BayLight(TM) LED high bay fixture uses 35% less electricity, has a longer operating life and requires less maintenance than conventional HID high bay fixtures. Careful thermal management of the overall system and drivers gives the BayLight a L70 rated life of over 60,000 hours at 40 degrees C and over 100,000 hours at 25 degrees C. With an IP66 Rating for the LED panel, the BayLight is certified for damp location. Furthermore, the BayLight contains no mercury or lead...
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2011-11-04

The White House Honors Lighting Science Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Recognized as a National "Champion of Change"

Lighting Science Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jim Haworth has received a award of a national "Champion of Change" from The White House for his efforts to steer the country towards a more environmentally and economically sustainable future. The honor was bestowed as part of President Obama's "Winning the Future" initiative that celebrates ordinary Americans accomplishing extraordinary feats to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu,said "The cleanest energy is ...
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2011-10-08

Houston Art Museum Lit up by Toshiba LED Bulbs

Recently,Toshiba International Corporation’s LED Lighting Systems Division has placed 150 of its A19 lamps in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. These LED Bulbs are installed in the museum’s Pre-Columbian Gallery and the exterior and lobby of its Caroline Wiess Law building. According to the company, A19 lamps can reduce energy consumption by as much as 85 percent compared to traditional bulbs. The museum expects to install more lamps in Cullinan Hall in October and the Japan Gallery next year. Plus, Sprouts Farmers Market is also...
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2011-09-30

Lighting Science Group Helps Sprouts Farmers Market Go Green With Ultra-Efficient LED Lighting

Incorporating its company mission to help Americans lead healthier and longer lives, all while spending considerably less, the newest Sprouts Farmers Market location (Lakewood, California) will install Lighting Science Group's high-performance and ultra-efficient LED bulbs to illuminate a 90-foot wall mural. Lighting Science Group's LED bulbs will replace uneconomical 70W ceramic metal halide (CMH) bulbs, reducing the mural's wattage by 279 watts for a total electrical savings of 40% and an additional 12% in HVAC savings. "Sprouts Farmers Mar...
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2011-09-22

U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 Houses Chose Lighting Science Group's LED Bulbs Light

Report releases that Lighting Science Group has supplied LED bulbs for over a quarter of the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 houses.   Parsons The New School for Design and Stevens Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Old Dominion University and Hampton University, Middlebury College, The Southern California Institute of Architecture and California Institute of Technology, and Florida International University have spent nearly two years creating houses that blend affordability, consumer appea...
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2011-09-20

LSG to Supply LED lighting for BSES Rajdhani

Sources inform that Lighting Science Group (LSG) will cooperate with BSES Rajdhani Power in the area of LED lighting. Both LSG and power distribution company BSES Rajdhani have entered into an agreement for the collaboration, where the two entities would "explore avenues to demonstrate and promote energy efficiency using the next generation LED lighting". According to BSES Rajdhani CEO Gopal Saxena said in a statement, scope of the association would also involve conducting field trials of various LED based lighting options, such as ma...
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2011-08-30

Lighting Science Group and Dixon Technologies Jointly Releses New LED Bulb Priced under $15

Lighting Science Group and  electronics products manufacturer Dixon Technologies India Pvt. Ltd, have jointly to announce the world’s first sub-$15 omnidirectional 60-watt equivalent A19 LED bulb. According to the two companies, the new product that will be available in India by the end of the year and will be sold worldwide by Lighting Science Group early next year. The bulb is the first in a series of products being jointly manufactured and distributed by the two companies. The full line of products will include street lights, outdoor and industrial ligh...
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2011-07-11

Lighting Science Group Celebrates the Production of Two Million LED Light Bulbs

Recently, Lighting Science Group, has celebrated a production milestone with the production of a total two million LED light bulbs. Management’s looking ahead with optimism, evidenced by a doubling of its workforce to 400 in 2010. In addition, the company also has developed a partnership with Dixon Technologies which grants the latter exclusive rights to distribute LSG’s products in India. Jim Haworth, LSG’s CEO,announced that “Our entry into China earlier in the year and now India is an indication of what’s to come for Lighting Sc...
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2011-07-07

Lighting Science Group's Products Supports Four U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 Teams for the Competion

Lately, Four U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 teams have announced to rely on Lighting Science Group’s lighting solutions for their solar home prototypes competing in final testing and judgment this fall.   The four teams are Parsons The New School for Design and Stevens Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Old Dominion University and Hampton University, and Middlebury College . According to the Parsons The New School for Design and Stevens Institute of Technology team, "The nature...
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2011-06-22

Lighting Science Group Appointed Haworth as New Chairman of the Board of Directors

Lighting Science Group has appointed its Chief Executive Officer, James "Jim" Haworth, to its board of directors and to serve as chairman of the board.    Prior to joining Lighting Science Group, Haworth served as a senior executive with Philips Professional Luminaires North America, as vice president of marketing and strategy. For the past three years, Haworth was responsible for all upstream marketing functions of Philips' lighting business .Prior to joining Philips, Haworth served as president and CEO of JJI Lighting Group, which ...
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2011-06-09

Lighting Science Group Teamed up with Dixon Technologies to Tap into India LED Lighting Market

Lighting Science Group has teamed up with Dixon Technologies to jointly tap into India LED lighting market. Dixon Technologies will play as Lighting Science Group’s exclusive distributor of its high performance LED bulbs, fixtures and infrastructure products in India's 1.8 billion dollar lighting market. With Dixon's established and extensive network in India, Lighting Science Group will help the subcontinent meet its rapidly growing energy and infrastructure demands. Dixon Technologies' distribution network features 11 branch offices, in ...
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2011-06-01

Lighting Science Group Announced to Produce 1 Million LED Bulbs in First Quarter 2011

Lighting Science Group has announced to produce 1 million LED bulbs in the first quarter of the year.  Jim Haworth, chief executive officer of Lighting Science Group, commented that "Today, we celebrate not only past successes, but encouraging present trends, and the promise of a sustainable, job-creating, green future made possible by LED lighting solutions," said Jim Haworth, chief executive officer of Lighting Science Group. "Indicative of our company's solid growth and numerous accomplishments is that while last year we produced and sold...
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2011-05-17

Lighting Science Group Launches Expanded Line of Ultra-Efficent DEFINITY LED Bulbs

First Low-Cost, High Output A19 60 and 40 Watt Equivalent Omnidirectional Bulbs and BR30/40 Bulbs Added to the Line Leading the ultra-efficient lighting revolution—Lighting Science Group (OTCBB: LSCG) will roll out at LIGHTFAIR International an expanded line of low-cost, long-lasting DEFINITY LED bulbs.  The line now includes LED flood and spot lights as well as vanity lights and 60 and 40 watt equivalent omnidirectional bulbs in variety of colors. The DEFINITY LED bulbs are approximately 75-80% more efficient ...
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2011-05-11

Google to Partnered with Lighting Science Group for Smart LED Deal

It’s reported that Google has intended to cooperate with Lighting Science Group to launch the first Android-connected LED bulb. With the first Android-connected LED bulb, customers can use cell phone, tablet or laptop to wirelessly control these LED lights at home. The bulb is an omnidirectional, A19, 60-watt equivalent and it will be available by the end of the year. Plus, Google has also created its own wireless protocol to connect devices in the home — from dishwashers, to thermostats to lights — over Android.  ...
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2011-05-03

Lighting Science Group Received a National "Champion of Change" Award from White House

Lighting Science Group is announced to be selected by the White House as a "Champion of Change," an award associated with President Obama's "Winning the Future" initiative. The company’s Founder and Chief Technology Officer Fred Maxik was very pleased to receive this award, and issued statement. He stated that"It is both an honor and pleasure to be featured alongside a group of American individuals, businesses and organizations working diligently in their respective science and technology fields to embody the 'Innovate, Educate...
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2011-04-29

Former Philips Senior Executive James Haworth Appointed as CEO by Lighting Science Group

Reportedly, James Haworth who was former Philips Professional Luminaires North America head of marketing and strategy as well as former chief executive officer of JJI Lighting Group is appointed as CEO by Lighting Science Group.   Haworth is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a BBA from Loyola University of Chicago and a MBA from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Business at Northwestern University. He is a member of several professional associations, including The Presidents Forum and the American Institute of Certified Public A...
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2011-04-28

Lighting Science Group Teams up with Shanghai Automotive Industrial Corporation

Lighting Science Group is reported to team up with Shanghai Automotive Industrial Corporation USA, Inc. to bring its high performance, low cost LED infrastructure lights to Eastern China. Shanghai Automotive Industrial Corporation USA will serve as Lighting Science Group's exclusive agent for LED infrastructure products beginning in the Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces. In addition, the two companies are exploring the possibility of contracting eligible factories in the aforementioned locations to both manufacture and assemble Light...
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2011-04-22

Lighting Science Group New LED Bulbs Sold on Amazon.com

Lighting Science Group plans to sell its first in a series of high quality, affordable, LED products on Amazon.com, America's largest online retailer.  The company's new 40 watt equivalent A19 omnidirectional is at the price of $21.98, 8.5 watt LED bulb is 75% more efficient than the typical incandescent bulb it replaces and can last up to 23 years.   Compare with GE's omnidirectional Energy Smart A19 40 watt equivalent bulb, the company's omnidirectional 40 watt equivalent LED bulb is more efficient, and retails for approximately half the...
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2011-04-15

Lighting Science Group Releases New LED Bulbs

Recently, Lighting Science Group Releases a European line of its DEFINITY LED bulbs including MR16, PAR38, R63, R95, G80, and A60 bulb types that can save more money and performance better. According to the company, compared with traditional incandescent bulbs, these new LED bulbs are approximately 80% more efficient and will last nearly 25,000 hours. In addition, they are also free- mercury, recycle and instant on. Furthermore, the DEFINITY LED line was tested under the rigorous LM-79 process by an independent laboratory approved by the U....
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2011-03-25

City of Dallas Cooperated with Lumetech and Lighting Science Group for LED Replacement in Its Parking Garages

It’s said that city of Dallas, TX, has become one of the first major US cities to adopt LED lighting technology for multiple parking garages. The city has cooperated with Lumetech Group, a provider of commercial LED lighting solutions, and Lighting Science Group for the conversion of five downtown parking garages including Dallas City Hall, Dallas Public Library, the Jack Evans Police Building, the freight terminal beneath Thanksgiving Square and the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center to LED lighting. It is estimated that the annual energy s...
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2011-03-21

Lighting Science Group Helps Simon Malls Save Energy

Recently, Simon Property Group's mall kiosks across the country has been brighten up by Lighting Science Group's high-performance and ultra-efficient LED bulbs. These LED bulds from Lighting Science Group are the ENERGY STAR approved DEFINITY MR 16 LED bulbs which are approximately 80% more efficient than the halogen bulbs that they replace,and are fully dimmable as well as have approximately 50% more lumens than certain competing products. Besides, the Company's DEFINITY LED bulbs are mercury-free, completely recyclable,...
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2011-03-09

Lighting Science Group's New LED Bulb will Compete for the Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prize

It’s said that Lighting Science Group has developed with Light Prescriptions Innovators, LLC (LPI) a highly efficient, high output and low cost 60-watt replacement LED bulb. And it has told to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and  will submit the new bulb for testing to win the Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prize (L Prize) competition. The bulb design is based on patented and patent-pending technologies developed by both companies. The L Prize was established by The Energy Independence and Security Act in 2007,aiming to promote the dev...
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2011-02-16

Lighting Science Group’ LED Bulbs Help Yankee Candle Stores Save Energy

Lighting Science Group has helped Yankee Candle stores all across New England to replace their halogen bulbs for energy saving. Compared with the halogen bulbs, the ENERGY STAR approved DEFINITY PAR 20, PAR 30, PAR 38 and MR 16 LED bulbs installed in stores are approximately 80% more efficient and are fully dimmable. In addition, theseLED bulbs are mercury-free, completely recyclable, "instant on," and offer outstanding light quality.   Yankee Candle received rebates from National Grid and Western Mass Electric Compan...
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2010-11-02

Xcel Energy Offers Businesses Rebates for Lighting Science Group's Ultra-Efficient and ENERGY STAR Approved LED Bulbs

It's reported that Xcel Energy is offering businesses rebates in Minnesota and Colorado for the installation of ENERGY STAR approved bulbs. Underwent several rigid tests, Lighting Science Group received the LED lighting industry's first ENERGY STAR label for its PAR38 LED bulb and recently received approval for use of the ENERGY STAR label for its PAR30 and MR16 LED bulb types.
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