Incandescent light bulbs are now banned in the EU, while energy-saving lamps remain a bone of contention. In 2016, it will be lights out...

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LED lighting solutions company, aeternusLED®, based in Blacksburg, VA, has entered the scene and put up some very impressive results while doing so. The aeternusLED®...

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Efficient new downsized 1.2 DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine Dramatic design enhanced with significant styling changes pushing further both premium and sporty design cues Technology...

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British designer Joseph Begley has come up with a cheeky way of lighting up the house with interactive lamps Slap It, according to a Designboom report....

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With a mission to support the environment and minimize energy use, it is only natural for Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage to incorporate all-LED lighting...

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Science fiction movie Gravity, which clinched the award for Best Visual Effects at the 2014 Oscars, created the movie’s lighting effects with a custom...

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Yorkshire-based Harvard Engineering is aiming at streetlights with a range of dimmable LED drivers. The CLH Single Channel driver offers up to 200W, with...

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With the rapid increase in LED lighting demands, LED manufacturers are continuing to develop module products with lower cost and simpler designs. Manufacturers have taken advantage...

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Silicon Base Development has officially changed its name to Taiwan Semiconductor Lighting Co, Ltd. (TSLC), according to a recent announcement. The change will be...

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In the U.S., colleges and universities spend an average of US$ 31,000 a year lighting a typical 50,000-square-foot classroom building—money wasted on utility and...

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