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American-Made Challenges; Lighting Prize

The Lighting Prize (L-Prize) is designed to advance the U.S. clean energy economy for next-generation LED lighting, encouraging innovators and researchers to engage in advanced lighting system development that leads to transformative designs, products, and impact. The L-Prize will reward innovations that move rapidly to improve lighting performance, resulting in energy, carbon, and cost savings for American businesses and consumers



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I Swapped My Home’s Lightbulbs for LEDs and Saved $1,384

Today’s LED bulbs come in a wide range of styles, are cheap, superefficient, and potentially safer than CFLs. They’re the obvious choice if you’re replacing bulbs today. An electrician told me that most LEDs either fail immediately (this happens with about 5% of the bulbs) or burn reliably for 30+ years. Once you replace your home’s bulbs with LEDs, you’ll often never have to change a lightbulb again.





Financial Energy Review

African Countries Lead in Global Effort to Eliminate Mercury-Based Lighting

"In terms of the overall impact of this global dumping and its human health impact, Nigeria is top on the highest risk category in Africa and our government must play a leading role in pushing for the proposed amendment and its eventual implementation, having ratified the Minamata Convention on Mercury. In addition, investments into LED manufacturing are a sustainable frontier for boosting Nigeria’s ailing economy.” Dr Leslie Adogame, Executive Director, Sustainable Research and Action for Environmental Development (SRADeV Nigeria)



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The Clean Lighting Coalition is a global partnership to capture the health and environmental benefits of eliminating mercury-based lighting. It is coordinated by CLASP and supported by Climate Imperative and Sequoia Climate Fund.

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