LEDs Focus On - May 25th, 2023
Technology, case studies, and resources on LED-based general, facade, and entertainment illumination
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May 25, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Focus On LEDs in Lighting newsletter for May 25, 2023. We’ve been spending time on the LightFair show floor this week, and many of our conversations have revolved around the emergence of products designed with sustainability considerations in mind. More and more we’re seeing recycled materials making their way into finished products, materials are being revamped for reuse, and developers are building in modularity for both customization and upgradeability. It’s exciting to see the industry finding ways to reduce waste and materials demands while addressing end of product life. Even with the question of what to do with nonrecyclable materials, I have no doubt there are great minds working on a solution. Look forward to our June issue where contributor Mark Halper will provide an overview of remanufacturing for SSL products.

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LED products help two new builds score high LEED certification ratings in the Kansas City metro area.
For the second annual awards program, LEDs Magazine's jurors identified 50 products met the criteria for innovation, ease of use, reliability, efficiency, and performance improvements over existing LED and SSL technologies.
After a decade leading manufacturing process systems provider Shape Technologies Group, Harris is prepared for “hands-on operational changes,” according to Current chairman Bill Tolley.
Former Tempo Industries president and CEO and longtime solid-state lighting advocate Terrence Walsh passed away recently after a brief illness.
RUAIRIDH MCGLYNN of Stoane Lighting believes that lighting manufacturers should launch a circular economy process that eases supply chain challenges, addresses waste reduction, and enables a new service model.
With sustainability in mind, the company is also recovering reflective plastic from television sets for the product’s reflectors.
U.K.’s Recolight is launching the Circular Place portal in June, matching buyers and sellers. Welcome to “remanufacturing.”
Good design can turn a hotel visit from ephemeral to unforgettable.
Enter by June 2 and receive a $100 early bird discount! The 13th annual PIAs celebrate innovative architectural lighting products, components, and applications.
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) announced that it will be installing energy-efficient LED lighting fixtures in the police headquarters and justice court buildings in the town of Clarkstown in Rockland County, N.Y.