MOONACHIE, N.J. — Bulbrite Industries was honored with the 2015 Special Group Recognition Award for its LED Filament Series by Lighting for Tomorrow during the organization’s Awards Ceremony held on Saturday, October 3rd at the Annual American Lighting Association Conference in Huntington Beach, CA.
The annual Lighting for Tomorrow competition was created in 2002 to recognize the best decorative, energy efficient lighting fixtures in the residential market. Lighting for Tomorrow encourages manufacturers to develop well designed, energy efficient lighting products with a specific goal of increasing the market availability of ENERGY STAR® residential lighting fixtures.
In 2014, Bulbrite was honored by Lighting for Tomorrow for its LED Retrofit Kit, ELEVA. This year, the committee was looking for residential solid state lighting and lighting controls products that incorporated and enabled superior efficiency, light quality, and new levels of integrated design. As part of the competition, they targeted visible-filament decorative LED lamps to address a growing market segment and energy savings opportunity recognizing that a significant opportunity exists to improve the efficiency of such lamps with LED technology.
The Bulbrite LED Filament series utilizes linear LED strips that can be arranged to emulate the vintage filament styles. By combining the linear LED filaments with the similar tinted glass and the same shapes of its existing Nostalgic series, Bulbrite brings the benefits of LED to the growing popularity of vintage lighting.
The judges noted that Bulbrite deserved recognition for consistently contributing to the continued growth of the LED visible-filament lamp category and by continuing to highlight such efforts, they hope to see continued product improvements in the 2016 competition.
“We are thrilled to be recognized by Lighting for Tomorrow for our LED Filament Series,” said Cathy Choi, President of Bulbrite. “We are committed to providing innovative products to our customers and this series exemplifies that beautiful light can be energy efficient too.”
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