A Month in The LED Lighting Industry: Roundup For November 2016Posted by admin on Nov 30, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments
This months roundup post is for the month of November, 2016. It’s been a crazy month, but nonetheless; happy thanksgiving!
This month has been filled with tons of crazy news, and we are about to share it all with you in this months LED lighting link roundup. From insects and LEDs to towns and cities retrofitting their streetlights, we are going to cover these and many more in this edition.
Now… Here is the third addition of A Month in The LED Lighting Industry Link Roundup…
This utility company predicts that the conversion of the street lights to LED will cut energy costs by 22%. On top of that, they have a 20-year expected life which is beneficial for multiple reasons including reduced maintenance costs.
Listen (or read) in on this conversion where they talk about cities that have made the conversions, what it has done, and who is planning to convert next. It’s exciting stuff to hear about all of these cities making the conversion, especially since they are all saving money and producing better light.
LED technology has soared in market value over in China this year to over $72.45 billion USD.
This town is making a smart move by retrofitting their streetlights throughout the town. Not only will they save in energy consumption reductions, but they will also reduce initial investment costs by retrofitting over replacing.
How are wildlife and insects affected by outdoor LEDs? This *video* goes over the topic, and how they may be affecting insects specifically.
The trend of streetlight conversions over to LEDs is growing strong throughout the United States.
Marijuana growing is becoming a huge industry, and quickly too. LED technology is making growers be able to turn a better profit all while growing better crop.
Occupancy sensors have been a thing for years, and they are a simple concept that reduce waste. But they are evolving, LED and occupancy sensors, to better fit technology of the future.
Here are some really interesting advancements in the LED lighting industry that we’ve found out this month. Definitely an interesting read for anyone interested in the technology as a whole.
A new way to achieve various vibrant colors is making it cheaper and more efficient to do so. Learn how it’s done by reading this one!
Discover how grocery stores may start using their lighting fixtures for their stores.
Engineers at The Ohio State University are developing foil based LEDs which will allow people to purify water for drinking and sterilize medical equipment on the go.
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