Weather-proof Step Lights Hit Market

Amerlux’s Passo Seals LED Optical Chamber To Eliminate Water Infiltration OAKLAND, N.J. – Oct. 3, 2017 – Amerlux, an award-winning design-and-manufacture lighting company, announced today it has launched a step light with game-changing innovation that prevents water seepage, which is

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MaxLite releases 40W LED Area Lamp for outdoor luminaires replacing 175W MH

WEST CALDWELL, N.J. (September 21, 2017) – MaxLite introduces the 40-watt LED Area Lamp as an energy-efficient replacement for 175-watt metal halide bulbs in outdoor luminaires.   The lamp is an easy and economical retrofit for pole and surface mounted

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G.E. to Spin Off New Energy Technologies in One Company

General Electric, which has been moving to shed a number of divisions and return to its roots as an industrial behemoth, is creating a company to house developing energy businesses. The company, to be called Current, will focus on providing

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Learning To S.E.E. (Sell Efficiency Effectively) September 21st, 2015 – San Francisco, CA

If you seek shorter sales cycles and higher closing ratios for your efficiency projects, join us for this one-day workshop focused on selling efficiency that features concepts from the award-winning, weeklong Efficiency Sales Professional™ Certificate Boot Camp. This workshop will

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Utilities Embracing Disruptive Energy, Non-Wires Alternatives

Utilities appear to be increasingly embracing disruptive energy as a business opportunity, rather than opposing it — albeit with some nudging from their regulators. The trend is particularly pronounced in New York, where this week Consolidated Edison — one of

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Utility Investment in Energy Efficiency Programs Continues to Increase, But We Need More

Energy efficiency programs – rebates, information, and market development efforts that make saving energy in our homes and businesses easy and cheap – are a key piece of the nation’s clean energy strategy. A new report shows that last year,

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Human Centric Lighting

Online Training for Energy and Lighting Professionals presented by Stan Walerczyk, HCLP, CLEP. Presented online in a series of two live 2 hour time modules, this seminar covers the latest developments in spectrally enhanced lighting, and how these advances can

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First Ever Smart Grid Event Set For June

On June 3-4, 2015, the brightest minds in the power distribution industry will gather in Brussels for the first ever Smart Grid Event. They will discuss the future of the electric grid as the world transitions to a cleaner and

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ComEd Takes Major Step Toward Smarter, Greener Energy Future with LED Streelights Pilot

ComEd, Chicago announced today that it has begun a pilot program to deploy 800 ComEd-owned smart, energy-efficient LED streetlights in two Chicago suburbs, Bensenville and Lombard. The smart streetlights use the communications network ComEd installed as part of its smart

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Chinese Investment in US Business – A Growing Trend in the Energy Sector

U.S. energy companies looking for investors or to sell should be looking to China, where investors are waiting with cash in hand to make deals with U.S. businesses. The United States continues to be the most attractive destination for Chinese

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Churches Going Green to Save on Energy Costs

Some western Colorado churches are looking to the heavens to spend less on utilities, while others see hope in the flames of high-efficiency furnaces. Garfield County congregations are installing solar panels, new heating systems and LED lights to reduce energy

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EPA Releases ENERGY STAR Luminaires V2.0 Draft 1

The cover letter, draft, comments and agency response are available on the ENERGY STAR Luminaires V2.0 product development webpage at www.energystar.gov/luminaires. Questions may be directed to Taylor Jantz-Sell, EPA, at Jantz-Sell.Taylor@epa.gov or (202) 343-9042 or Austin Gelder, ICF, at Austin.Gelder@icfi.com or

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WalletHub’s Most & Least Energy Expensive States

In the United States, 7.1 percent of the average consumer’s total income is spent on energy costs, including fuel, natural gas and electricity. To help consumers make an informed decision, WalletHub has identified the Most & Least Energy-Expensive States. They use

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SC Churches Embrace Savings Through Energy

The South Carolina Baptist Convention took advantage of a South Carolina Electric and Gas lighting incentive program that gave them an $8,290 rebate on the $27,950 LED installation. SCE&G spokeswoman Emily Brady said 2,259 businesses have taken advantage of the

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Philips rolls out energy-efficient lighting solutions in Nigeria

Netherlands-based Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, has unveiled its latest LED lighting technology geared towards supporting Nigeria’s ambition to improve energy performance in public spaces, as part of its fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town road show.

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LED Lighting Leads Acuity to Profit Rise

Acuity Brands Inc. AYI -14.92% said its fiscal third-quarter earnings rose 38% on favorable order rates and a rise in the popularity of LED lights. “Sales of LED-based lighting solutions now represent over a third of our net sales,” said

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Modesto, CA Could Pull Plug on Energy Project

The Modesto City Council could pull the plug on a proposed $10.76 million deal with Siemens Industry to have the global company replace about 9,500 streetlights with longer-lasting, more efficient ones and conduct other upgrades to reduce the city’s energy

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US Energy Department Funds Energy-Efficient Lighting R&D

The Energy Department today announced nine research and development projects that will receive funding to support solid-state lighting (SSL) core technology research and product development. The projects will help accelerate the development of high-quality light-emitting diode (LED) and organic light-emitting

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New York a leader in renewable energy jobs

Texas, California and New York are among the nation’s leaders in adding clean energy and transportation jobs during the first three months of the year, with the three states responsible for 1,886 positions, according to an analysis released Thursday. But that’s

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Energy company reaches agreement with EPA to clean up coal ash spill 

The Environmental Protection Agency and a top U.S. energy provider reached a settlement agreement Thursday in which the company agreed to clean up the remains of a February coal ash spill that contaminated 70 miles of river in North Carolina

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