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At The LED Show in Los Angeles, CA this past September, the US Department of Energy (DOE) announced 57 commercial LED indoor lighting products recognized for excellence by the Next Generation Luminaires (NGL) Solid-State Lighting (SSL) Design Competition.

For new construction and remodel projects in residential and commercial applications, Up-shine’s line of LED Panel Light Fixtures reduces energy consumption throughout the long 50,000-hour service life.

Listed Taiwanese LED manufacturer FOREPI and Epistar completed official integration on Dec. 30, 2014, according to an UDN report.

A bright idea is taking shape this festive season following the introduction of a new hi-tech flood lighting system at South Shields Town Hall.

One of the requirements to fully enjoy a haute cuisine dish is to have more precise, more diffuse and better quality light. The light, color and smell are part of the ritual of tasting a delicious delicacy.

Berlin, Celebrates, the 10th Anniversary of Festival of Lights

A Japanese semiconductor technology R&D manufacturer Athene has developed a new technology for manufacturing high precision OLED panels, according to a Nikkei Asian Review report.

Philips Lumec blogger Monique Cousineau introduces the latest light festival in Portugal in this latest blog entry. Light Festivals are becoming more and more popular in cities around the world. This past weekend, the very charming coastal town of Cascais …

Winner of the “Good Lighting Award 2013” from The Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan, EX Tower + EX Theater Roppongi is TV Asahi’s headquarter featuring a stunningly lit façade in Tokyo.

Osram is launching the world’s first product based on OLEDs for car interiors in the form of a new reading lamp.

Royal Philips, the global leader in lighting, has launched three of Kazakhstan’s most famous architectural landmarks into the global limelight, using connected LED lighting to illuminate the Astana iconic Baiterek Monument and its famous Tulpar and Maral bridges

LED streetlights are known to be bright, sometimes too bright that UK and U.S. residents have complained glare from LEDs disrupted sleeping patterns.