IP, Reports & Roadmaps | Feb 16, 2007

DOE announces pre-qualification selection of SSL product testing laboratories

The US Department of Energy (DOE) is pleased to announce the selection of five (5) laboratories as a pre-qualification to conduct tests of market-available SSL products in support of the DOE SSL Commercial Product Testing Program.

The DOE Testing Program is designed to:

  • Guide DOE planning for SSL R&D and commercialization support activities, including ENERGY STAR® program planning;
  • Support DOE technology procurement activities and associated technology demonstrations;
  • Provide objective product performance information to the public in the early years, helping buyers and specifiers have confidence that new SSL products will perform as claimed;
  • Guide the development, refinement, and adoption of credible, standardized test procedures and measurements for SSL products.

The selections are listed below:

Actual awards are subject to negotiation.

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