ALA’s Women in Lighting Launches Mentorship Program

The American Lighting Association (ALA) recently announced that its Women in Lighting Committee has launched a mentor matching program, open to any woman who is an ALA member. All segments of the industry and all experience levels are welcome. The

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Lighting Industry Leaders Team Up to Offer UVC Light Safety Guidance

Due to an increased demand for sanitizing and germicidal capabilities in the face of COVID-19, UL, the American Lighting Association (ALA), and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) have released a new position paper, “Ultraviolet-C (UVC) Germicidal Devices: What Consumers

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ALA: Can Germicidal Lighting Combat COVID-19?

American Lighting Association (ALA), explains that it is imperative to be cognizant of the safety and efficacy issues of using germicidal lighting, and to be educated about the capabilities of the different types of UV light. UV-A and UV-B are

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ALA Launches Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow Competition

The Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow (LHFT) competition presents manufacturers the opportunity to distinguish their products and services from other connected home devices and platforms in the market. To realize the CEE Integrated Home vision, Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow

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NEMA & ALA Drop Lawsuit to Block New California Light Bulb Standards

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association and the American Lighting Association yesterday ended their legal challenge to the California Energy Commission’s Nov. 13 decision to expand its minimum efficiency standards for bulbs. The move came two weeks after the U.S. District Court for

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California Gets a Green Light to Enforce Stricter Light Bulb Standards

Last month, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California issued an order denying a request for a temporary restraining order against the state’s standard. The request was made by the NEMAand the ALA in their lawsuit challenging the standard

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Lighting Industry Sues to Block California’s Jan. 1 Expanded Light Bulb Efficiency Standards

The lawsuit by NEMA and American Lighting Association, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, seeks to reverse the California Energy Commission’s Nov. 13 decision to update its minimum efficiency standards for light bulbs, which added such common household types as the candle- and

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