Join DOE and our nation's top researchers and lighting industry experts in San Francisco on January 27–29, 2015.
Findings may benefit similar high-luminous-flux LED lighting applications in high-temperature environments
Presentations and materials from DOE’s ninth annual workshop, held in Detroit November 12–13, 2014.
Up to $10M in funding is directed toward all three existing program areas: Core Technology Research, Product Development, and U.S. Manufacturing.
A Comprehensive Program
Solid-state lighting (SSL) technology has the potential to reduce U.S. lighting energy usage by nearly one half and contribute significantly to our nation's climate change solutions. The U.S. Department of Energy acts as a catalyst to drive R&D breakthroughs in efficiency and performance, and to equip buyers to successfully apply SSL lighting.
- Research & Development drives technology breakthroughs
- CALiPER Testing and analysis identifies trends and applicability
- LED Lighting Facts promotes accuracy in product information
- Technical Information Network supports utility needs to accelerate adoption
- Standards Support accelerates development of needed standards
- L Prize Competition sets reach targets for industry
- Next Generation Luminaires Competition spotlights today’s best products
- GATEWAY Demonstrations provide valuable field experience
- Street Lighting Consortium shares best practices and tools