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Turning the spotlight on light emitting diodes at LEDiscovery 2009

Published Mon, 9 Mar 2009 15:45:09 EST Read More

Media Advisory Attention: News, Business and Technology Editors Turning the spotlight on light emitting diodes (LED) LEDiscovery 2009 offers networking and educational opportunities For the second year, greenTbiz will be hosting LEDiscovery. This two-day event offers professionals and the public an opportunity to learn about LED (light-emitting diode) lighting and to promote market acceptance of this promising technology. Used in general lighting, LEDs can reduce ...... Click here to read this release



Light- emitting diodes (LED) and Adaptive Lighting Controls - the next generation of lighting technology showcased at LEDisovery event in Toronto

Published Wed, 26 Mar 2008 08:51:09 EST Read More

Media Release: News, Energy and Technology Editors Light- emitting diodes (LED) and Adaptive Lighting Controls - the next generation of lighting technology showcased at LEDisovery event in Toronto ...... Click here to read this release



Toronto condominium becomes first residential building in North America to adopt LED lighting as primary lighting source

Published Tue, 8 Jan 2008 09:59:37 EST Read More

*High Resolution photos available Media Release: Attention News/City/Energy/Electricity Reporters and Assignment Editors Toronto condominium becomes first residential building in North America to adopt LED lighting as primary lighting source Ontario manufactured LED installation part of over $2 million in energy efficiency and interior renovations to the landmark Palace Pier condominium (Toronto, January 8, 2007) Today, a premiere Toronto waterfront condominium ...... Click here to read this release