Business News | Jun 06, 2007

Initiative of the lamp industry to phase-out energy inefficient lighting

Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs welcomed today the initiative launched by the lamp industry to phase-out the least efficient lamps from the European markets by 2015. "I welcome the commitment of the industry as a very positive contribution to the goal stated by the European Council in March: to have good light without wasting energy. Read more »

Business News | May 25, 2007

New York City Advertising Agency Installs Green Lighting

In recent years, LED technology has improved dramatically, to the point where high output LEDs can produce a brilliant white light with high efficiency. These properties make LEDs an attractive choice for general lighting in upscale offices and retail spaces. Read more »

Business News | Apr 24, 2007

A 30% Migration to Energy-Efficient Lighting Cuts Worldwide CO2 Emissions by 260 Millon Tons

OSRAM CEO Mr. Martin Goetzeler reasserts the lighting manufacturer giant`s commitment to eco-friendly products at opening of the Global Business Summit for the Environment (B4E) organized by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). Read more »

Business News | Mar 08, 2007

Energy-saving lamps to replace incandescent light bulbs in developing and emerging countries

Munich, OSRAM is the world’s first lighting manufacturer to receive approval from the United Nations for a “Clean Development Mechanism” (CDM) for reducing CO2 emissions. Read more »

Business News | Mar 02, 2007

College of Engineering at UCSB Launches New Solid State Lighting and Energy Center

Santa Barbara, California – The College of Engineering at UC Santa Barbara is formally launching the Solid State Lighting and Energy Center (SSLEC) March 1, 2007, directed by Shuji Nakamura, Cree Professor in Solid State Lighting and Displays, and Steven DenBaars, Mitsubishi Chemical Professor in Solid State Lighting and Displays. Read more »

Business News | Dec 20, 2006

First LED competition recognizes eight manufacturers

lightingfortomorrow-gif Lighting for Tomorrow has selected four winners in its first solid state lighting (SSL) competition, marking a giant step forward for this up-and-coming technology. Read more »

Business News | Nov 25, 2006

High-power in a 1 mm square chip: the origins of the 350mA "one watt" LED

The term "one watt LED" is widely used in the industry, but the designation was not conceived through deliberate engineering decisions, as Steve Landau of Philips Lumileds explains. Read more »

Business News | Oct 20, 2006

GETTING SSL TO MARKET : 2007 DOE Solid-State Lighting Program Planning Workshop

Rapid advances in solid-state lighting mean high efficiency products have begun to appear on the market. DOE's workshop this year (January 31- February 2, 2007 Phoenix, AZ) will target strategies to accelerate market introduction of these high-performance solid-state lighting (SSL) products. Read more »

Business News | Oct 05, 2006

Strategies unlimited predicts increasing role for advanced substrates for gallium nitride devices

Moutainview, California USA, over the past 10 years, the availability of high quality sapphire and silicon carbide substrates has enabled the rapid growth of the gallium nitride device (mainly high-brightness LED) market to over $3 billion. Read more »

Business News | Sep 26, 2006

LED industry at a critical crossroad, says iSuppli

LEDs have a bright future in lighting despite a dramatic slowdown in the growth of the market in 2005, according to iSuppli. Read more »

Business News | Sep 21, 2006

DOE SSL commercial product testing program

Solid-state lighting (SSL) technologies today are undergoing rapid change and improvements, and products arriving on the market exhibit a wide range of performance. Industry groups, standards setting organizations, and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are moving quickly to develop needed standards and test procedures for SSL products. In the meantime, however, there is a need for reliable, unbiased product performance information to foster the developing market for high-performance SSL products. Read more »

Business News | Sep 12, 2006

President of the Republic of Finland Tarja Halonen presents the Millennium Technology Prize to Professor Shuji Nakamura: ”Using LEDs for lighting could halve the amount of electricity consumed for this purpose.”

mill_prize-gif The 2006 Millennium Technology Prize was presented to Professor Shuji Nakamura in Helsinki for his invention of new sources of light. President of the Republic of Finland Tarja Halonen handed Professor Nakamura the prize of one million euros and ”Peak”, the prize trophy. Read more »

Business News | Aug 08, 2006

DOE awards seven small business innovation research grants for SSL technology

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded seven Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants targeting advances in solid-state lighting (SSL) technology. The SBIR program seeks to increase the participation of small businesses in federal R&D. Read more »

Business News | Aug 07, 2006

Nanotech, solar and lighting researchers reveal technical innovations at SPIE Optics & Photonics Conference: Attendees will glimpse the future with content and connections that drive commercialization

BELLINGHAM, WA, the International Society for Optical Engineering today announced its lineup of future technology presentations available at the Optics & Photonics conference opening August 13 in San Diego. Read more »

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NICHIA LED Technology Presented at LICHTWOCHE München

NICHIA LED Technology Presented at LICHTWOCHE München LED manufacturer NICHIA, a specialist in highly efficient lighting, Human Centric Lighting and the imitation of natural light, will participate in the Munich Lichtwoche 2021 from 5 to 12 November with a light installation, two presentations and a discussion on the topic of UV-C. The light ... Read more »

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deLIGHTed Talks: Good Light – Good Life in Wintertime, November 3, 2021

deLIGHTed Talks: Good Light – Good Life in Wintertime,  November 3, 2021 The Good Light Group, together with the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLTBR), the Daylight Academy (DLA), the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD), and Luger Research (LR), are organizing and presenting the “Good Light – Good Life” lectures. The webinar ... Read more »

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