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Espen Technology Greatly Expands BAA Product Line

December 11

Santa Fe Springs, CA   |   December 11, 2018 Today, Espen Technology announced the significant expansion of its BAA- and TAA-compliant T8 LED Lamps, Drivers, and LED Retrofit Kits.  Espen’s Buy American Act (BAA) TLED lamps are now available in Types A, B, and C; including 2’, 3’, 4’, and U-bent T8s.  The BAA TLEDs areRead more

Seoul Semiconductor Wins Patent Litigation against Everlight in Germany and is Awarded Statutory Litigation Costs

December 11

ANSAN, South Korea – Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (KOSDAQ 046890) (“Seoul”), a leading global innovator of LED products and technology, announced that it won a patent litigation against Everlight Electronics Co., Ltd. (“Everlight”) in Germany. The patent involved in this litigation relates to an LED package structure for thermal dissipation. Everlight purchased this patent fromRead more

NALMCO® Announces Release of December Issue of LM&M Magazine

December 6

Ankeny, IA |   December 6, 2018 The interNational Association of Lighting Management Companies® (NALMCO) is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the December Issue of Lighting Management and Maintenance (LM&M) Magazine. LM&M, the official NALMCO publication, provides information on the latest industry trends and developments in planned lighting maintenance and lighting technology—content that’s beneficialRead more

LRC Develops Wireless-Controlled Warning Lights for Worker Safety

December 6

Work zones, accident sites and other roadside incident locations are often chaotic environments where construction workers and first responders are at increased risk of injury or fatality from vehicle collisions. These locations feature flashing warning lights that notify approaching drivers about the potential danger, but rarely provide useful information about visual guidance and at night,Read more

Crestron: No Price Increase Due to Tariffs

December 5

September 1, 2018 To: Crestron commercial lighting agents RE: Crestron will not be imposing price increases on commercial lighting products due to tariffs As we are sure you are all aware over the past several months the implementation of tariffs on imported goods has caused many manufactures to increase the cost of their products notRead more

PLS and Hubbell Lighting Partner in Western Washington and Southeast Alaska

December 4

Greenville, SC and Kent, WA – November 26, 2018 – Hubbell Lighting announced today that it has appointed PLS as its new representative for the Western Washington and Southeast Alaska markets. PLS is a full service manufacturer’s representative agency dedicated to providing comprehensive lighting, controls and energy solutions that meet the creative demands of today’s design community. “PLSRead more

Get a Grip on Lighting: How Would You Retrofit That?

December 3

When you’re about to do upgrades or retrofits, knowing the specifications of a lighting fixture is just the start. So, what are other things to consider when retrofitting? In this episode of Get A Grip Of Lighting Podcast, Michael and Greg share their insights on the retrofit strategies you should do depending on a lighting fixture’sRead more

Meteor Lighting Guarantees No Price Increase in 2019

December 3

While some companies in the industry justify price rises due to section 301 tariffs, Meteor Lighting is committed to delivering the same advanced lighting products and added value that customers have come to know at the same price levels. Meteor Lighting has made this executive decision because a majority of their manufacturing is not done inRead more

LRC Welcomes New Members to the Light and Health Alliance

November 27

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer today announced that Axis Lighting and Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Solutions have joined the Light and Health Alliance — a growing coalition of industry leaders and scientists working together to create healthy spaces in which to live and work. Led by LRC Director Dr. Mariana Figueiro, the mission of the Light and Health AllianceRead more