And, just like that, LightFair is over. This year's show was great & we want to thank everyone for visiting our booth. It's great to see a rising interest in lighting and what it's capable of as the show grows year after year. We had a blast this year showing how we are creating light that helps people look, feel and heal better. We've been able to get some photos up of the booth onto our facebook page so that you can remember the good times had. If you were unable to visit the show, here's a quick breakdown of what we had on display:
The Department of Energy has estimated that rapid adoption of LED lighting in the U.S. by 2027 could deliver savings of up about $265 billion and avoid the construction of 40 new power plants. So, to celebrate Earth Day this year, we're happy to announce that we've partnered with the national non-profit charity organization, Rebuilding Together. This relationship will support the organizations rebuilding of homes that were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Exciting happenings at Lighting Science! We have officially achieved the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 certification validating our commitment to quality in the development and manufacturing of LED lighting products... Not only did we receive our ISO 9001:2008 certification, but we also received two awards this month in Architectural SSL magazine’s 3rd annual Product Innovation Awards (PIA) competition.
We recently released our new Definity A19 Omni LED Lamps and they've gotten quite a bit of attention for their familiar look. Consumers have been asking for an energy-efficient LED lightbulb that resembles their old incandescents for some time, and our design team happily took to the challenge. How did we achieve the the Edison inspired lamp?
Illumnet recently published an article about an installation that Lighting Science began with BHP Energy Mexico to light the Viaducto Bicentenario.