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Putting the light on LED: The learning experience at LIGHTFAIR

By Brian Owen As promised, here are some highlights from the pre-conference presentations on Monday, May 7th and Tuesday, May 8th. Dr. Jack Curran was once again at his best,…

LEDs go to LIGHTFAIR

By Brian Owen The LIGHTFAIR 2012 Trade Show opens the doors to lighting today in Las Vegas, definitely a city of lights, shows and LEDs. tED magazine Editor Misty Byers…

Numbers to know: DOE answers your lighting questions

mailto:ecdotcom@gmail.com”>By Joe Salimando The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) says fewer than 7 billion lamps were installed in stationary applications in 2001—increasing to more than 8 billion as of 2010.…

Practicing light bulb diplomacy

By John Paul Quinn Homeowner customers walking into lighting showrooms may not know very much about the federally mandated lamp energy-efficiency standards, but they do know one thing—they’re not happy…

Selling wireless technology: Opportunity knocks at distribu [...]

By Bridget McCrea Electrical distribution has historically been a largely “wired” arena, with the bulk of the products sold involving some type of wiring and installation. With wireless technology evolving…

Integrated Balance of System solution: The next solar cost [...]

By Phil Winters As PV modules decline in price, the focus on cost savings increasingly turns to the Balance of Systems (BOS). Though material costs of BOS continue to rise…

Get ready for Taxmageddon

By Ed Orlet According to the Washington Post’s Ezra Klein, there’s a new word in the Capitol Hill lexicon: Taxmageddon. At the end of 2012, a number of tax provisions…

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