Clean Light Green Light partners with an international real-estate development firm

Aug. 26, 2010
Date Announced: 26 Aug 2010 Mt. Clemens, MI— Light-emitting diode (LED) lighting manufacturer Clean Light Green Light (CLGL) announces an alliance of unprecedented significance with Marina d’Or of Spain thrusting the 10 year old company into a pivotal international role within the LED manufacturing sector. CLGL was selected for this alliance by the Marina d’Or Renewable Energy division from amongst 30 world-wide LED vendors. The partnership creates a powerful synergy towards the realization of sustainable lighting and reduced carbon emissions on a global scale. “CLGL’s mission has always been to be the market leader in the LED lighting arena. We are quite unique in the breadth of our product line and confident we can address about any commercial installation. This unparalled partnership further demonstrates our commitment to capture the lions-share of the emerging LED market.” shares CLGL co-founder and President of Global Business Development, Tom Meyer. Meyer was instrumental in the forging of this collaboration.According to the Marina d’Or energy division’s Product Manager, Sandra Ramírez, their engineering team conducted an exhaustive study of the world’s top LED manufacturers. “We appreciate the wide range of products that CLGL offers to cover our customers’ needs, but what really drove the choice is the product quality, efficiency and warranty.” says Ramírez. “We also appreciate CLGL’s ability to provide creative fixtures that fit our markets perfectly. I’m convinced we have chosen the best company.” Ramírez adds.Marina D’ Or, an international real estate development firm with 35 developments in 21 countries, is a 6 billion dollar enterprise offering a wide range of vacation and leisure accommodations. Their flagship development, the Marina d’Or Holiday Resort in Oropesa del Mar and Cabanes Spain, is slated to become the largest resort in Europe. Energy rates in Europe and the United Arab Emirates have risen as much as 50% over the past two years with Dubai reporting increases as high as 65%. It is no surprise that in July, 2010 government representatives from around the world attended the first Clean Energy Ministerial in Washington, DC. The gathering resulted in a number of initiatives designed to promote a global transition to cleaner energy development and reduced consumption. Commercial/industrial facilities which account for almost 60 percent of global energy use were specifically targeted and LEDs will no doubt play a significant role in meeting the designated guidelines. Industry projections show the global LED market growing from $7 billion in 2009 to $20.4 Billion in 2012, with a 37 % growth rate just from 2009 to 2010. Spain has emerged as a global leader in renewable practices, and with Marina d’Or’s 25 year track record of successful developments on four continents, Marina d’Or Renewable Energy is fully prepared to act on the global energy stage. When asked about this breakthrough collaboration, Clean Light Green Light CEO, David Mckinney shares “What we bring to the table is something that other LED companies strive for; reputation, knowledge base, breadth of product line, warranty, custom manufacturing and high profile projects. We are a truly global company with manufacturing in the US and abroad which allows us to service clients all over the world.” About Clean Light Green LightClean Light Green Light (CLGL) develops, manufactures, and sells commercially viable LED lighting designed to retrofit into existing infrastructure as well as new construction. Started ten years ago, CLGL is a pioneer in the advancement of solid-state lighting and is committed to producing cost effective, superior quality lighting solutions that provide substantial energy and fiscal savings while reducing the carbon footprint. CLGL is headquartered in Mount Clemens, Michigan and engages in global trade. To find out more, please visit

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