Lighting Understanding for a More Efficient Nation

New Jersey 101.5: Lighting Up New Jersey Classrooms

New Jersey 101.5: Lighting Up New Jersey Classrooms

The idea is to promote energy efficient lighting upgrades in public and private schools across New Jersey. The Christie Administration has launched a new initiative which would do just that.

Herald Sun: Switching to Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Creates Huge Savings

Herald Sun: Switching to Energy Efficient Light Bulbs Creates Huge Savings

Global electricity use can be slashed by a huge 5 per cent if the rest of the world follows Australia and switches to energy efficient light bulbs.

Global Times: [Chinese] Govt to Launch Subsidy Program for Energy-Efficient Lighting Products

Global Times: [Chinese] Govt to Launch Subsidy Program for Energy-Efficient Lighting Products

The central government is set to unveil a subsidy program worth 2.2 billion yuan ($346 million) in early July to promote the use of energy-saving lamps and LED lighting...

Eco-Business: Energy Efficient Lighting in Asia Pacific

Eco-Business: Energy Efficient Lighting in Asia Pacific

Lighting is a major consumer of electricity within commercial buildings, industrial and government facilities, traffic signals, and signs.

Redding.com: Light Bulbs: New Labels Shed Light on Choices

Redding.com: Light Bulbs: New Labels Shed Light on Choices

"I think that for 2012, let's make 'lumen' the word of the year," said Adam Gottlieb, spokesman for the California Energy Commission in Sacramento. " When you buy a light bulb, you don't buy 100 watts. You are buying the amount of brightness it puts out."

Washington Post: Cutting of Funds for Enforcement of New Light Bulb Efficiency Standards Will Have Little Actual Effect

Washington Post: Cutting of Funds for Enforcement of New Light Bulb Efficiency Standards Will Have Little Actual Effect

The federal spending bill before Congress is a no-spending bill for the Energy Department... But the new standards for light bulbs — signed into law in 2007 — would remain in place, meaning the effort to stem the new rules might mean little at the end of the day.

Manufacturing.Net: Ready For The Post-Incandescent Plant?

Manufacturing.Net: Ready For The Post-Incandescent Plant?

The much-debated “phase-out” of incandescent light bulbs has struck a nerve with consumers and manufacturers alike recently, but the process began long ago, when the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) of 2007 was passed into law.

Consumer Reports: Get Ready to Replace Your 100-watt Incandescent Light Bulbs

Consumer Reports: Get Ready to Replace Your 100-watt Incandescent Light Bulbs

The phase-out of inefficient bulbs starts in January 2012 with 100-watt bulbs that use too much energy.

Electronics Feed: LED Light Bulb Price Dipped 10% in October

Electronics Feed: LED Light Bulb Price Dipped 10% in October

LED light bulb prices the United States took the most drastic dip: the prices of LED light bulbs for 40W and 60W replacements dropped 3% and 10%, respectively.

New York Times: Americans Waking Up to Light Bulb Changeover

New York Times: Americans Waking Up to Light Bulb Changeover

For the first time, a majority of Americans now know that federal legislation will eliminate “most traditional incandescent lighting by 2014,” according to a new survey conducted by the lighting manufacturer Osram Sylvania.

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