Nexxus reports increase in orders for Array LED lamps

Dec. 21, 2010
Date Announced: 21 Dec 2010 -- Private and public facilities selecting Array LED replacement lamps to save energyCharlotte, NC -- Nexxus Lighting, Inc. (NASDAQ: NEXS) today announced its Array™ Lighting LED light bulbs have recently been shipped to a number of significant private and public facilities, who are now enjoying the energy saving and sustainability benefits of LED lighting. Recent projects include the prestigious Wharton School of Business, the Hyatt Regency - Miami, the Maryland Institute of College Arts, the University of Minnesota and Presbyterian Homes in Chicago as well as the King of Prussia Mall, outside of Philadelphia.“We have been very pleased with the recent orders for our Array LED replacement lamps since the beginning of the 4th quarter, being led by the introduction of our new Par 38 and our Energy Star listed R30”, stated Mike Bauer, President and CEO of Nexxus Lighting. “Because the technology is new and the evaluation and sales cycle can take months, it is rewarding to see projects we have been working on since the first of the year closing. Array™ is being recognized as a leader in design and performance for the commercial market and we are working hard to build on that momentum,” concluded Bauer. Utilizing patented design and patent pending Selective Heat Sink Technology for an innovative approach to thermal management, our Array lamps use an array of low power, high efficacy LED’s to achieve superior performance and a lamp life of more than 50,000 hours. Array lamps are fully dimmable on most standard incandescent dimmers and provide up to 80% energy savings compared to conventional incandescent and halogen bulbs.Nexxus Lighting, Inc. ( is a leader in advanced LED lighting technology, including solid-state LED replacement light bulbs and linear strip lighting products used in commercial, architectural, signage and retail lighting. Nexxus Lighting sells its products under its Array™ Lighting and Lumificient brand names.

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