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“L-E-D”ing by Example – Illuminating Energy Efficiency on Earth Day Posted on May 4

“L-E-D”ing by Example – Illuminating Energy Efficiency on Earth Day

On what was a beautifully sunny Earth Day, a crowd gathered at Lynn Heritage State Park to watch local electrical contractor, Coviello Electric, install a shoebox LED lighting fixture, the last of 30 at the site to make the transition to LEDs. The conversion took just five minutes and, once complete, the crowd cheered as the new LED light was switched on for the first time – a symbolic act that highlighted the two phased Department of Conservation and Recreation project to retrofit approximately 4,500 outdoor lighting fixtures.

Research > Efficient LED Lights > Nobel Prize Posted on Oct 31

Research > Efficient LED Lights > Nobel Prize

The holy grail of getting solid state white light from light emitting diodes (LED) was elusive. To produce white light from these solid state devices, you need blue diodes. Blue LEDs didn’t exist; physics made it hard and scientists and engineers could not beat the blue diode problem. Until . . .

Energy efficient lighting project will save $4 million Posted on Jan 10

Energy efficient lighting project will save $4 million

Secretary Richard K. Sullivan Jr. Secretary, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs View Secretary Sullivan's Bio One of the things I’m focused on is reducing energy use at state facilities. By investing in energy efficiency, the Patrick-Murray   …Continue Reading Energy efficient lighting project will save $4 million