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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…

Gross Electric seeks growth on numerous fronts

Gross Electric of Toledo, Ohio has moved on many fronts lately, including four significant efforts to expand the distribution company’s image, its business, and the traffic into its 5,000 square-foot…

Note to manufacturers: Please step up to the plate!

By Bridget McCrea Being the middleman ain’t always easy, particularly in a sluggish economy where customers want everything yesterday and for the cheapest possible price. Add to the scenario a…

What distributors love about the manufacturers they work with

By Bridget McCrea In an ideal world distributors and manufacturers would work as streamlined units, seamlessly navigating new and existing customer bases together. They’d ferret out opportunities, share resources, and…

Price of L Prize winning LED draws sharp criticism

If you’ve missed the story so far, the “L Prize” was a cash award of $10 million offered by the Department of Energy to the lighting manufacturer that produced an…

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