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From Guest Blogger "Edison Bulb": The Great Green Fleet--US Navy Embraces LED Lights for Energy Efficiency

The US Navy has made the lucrative and energy-conscious decision to implement LED lighting in all future ships, including those currently under construction. Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Ray Mabus made this announcement as part of an ongoing initiative to streamline the Navy’s productivity, reduce its maintenance costs, improve safety, and help guide the branch to a greener future. 635 more words

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Energy Efficient Lighting

Energy efficient lighting has two noteworthy advantages – it diminishes the effect of our homes and organizations on the earth, and decreases our home vitality costs. 313 more words

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Led Lighting Energy Savings

LED stands for light transmitting diode. LED lights are made of little semiconductor diodes that discharge blue, green and red when electric current goes through them. 363 more words

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Sensor Driven Technology Drives Intelligent Lighting Solutions

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, July 21, 2015: Market demand, government regulations supporting energy efficient lighting products and the advent of innovative technological solutions has revolutionized the lighting industry. 458 more words


Redefining the Beauty of Cityscapes with Architectural Lighting

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, July 2, 2015: Driven by technological innovation, the lighting industry has undergone a massive transformation over the last decade. Penetration of LED based lighting solutions has led to the gradual disruption of the lighting market. 540 more words


Sustainable Smart Lighting in the Spotlight at the Middle East Smart Lighting and Energy Summit 2015

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 04 June 2015 – The 4th edition of the annual Middle East Smart Lighting and Energy Summit will be held on 23-24 November 2015 at Jumeirah at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi, UAE. 699 more words


The Unarguable Business Case for Improved Lighting

Too many of the UK’s commercial properties are currently lit by low-quality, energy-inefficient, costly lighting. And, when you consider that lighting makes up 22.6% of total electricity consumption for the average business (and 43% in the Warehouse sector), surely its time we had a rethink on commercial lighting? 346 more words

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