LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Jan 31st, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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January 31, 2024

In the weekly News & Insights for Jan. 31, 2024 (yes, you read that right - the longest month of the year for many of us is nearly over!), our Mark Halper has both an overview and deeper analysis of what Signify's Q4 financials indicate for the coming year. Plus: Our latest issue Commentary; overcoming the influence of redlining on infrastructure; high-impact decorative and accent luminaires; and more.

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Bright spots emerge, as the horticultural slump could be over. But with geopolitics, world markets remain volatile across the company’s businesses
Partnering with Canada’s Sollum, the Delphy Improvement Center will also mix and match different irrigation systems to find the optimal combination of light and water.

LightSPEC West returns to Anaheim this April 17-18. Join thousands of specifiers and buyers of commercial and residential lighting and controls. Showcasing a wide range of products and services vital to building designers, owners, and operators, the two-day expo includes networking events, product showcases, and CEC accredited educational sessions. 

Huge inventories among customers hammered financial results and helped lead to the recently announced corporate restructuring, CEO Rondolat explains.

LEDucation 2024 is excited to welcome the lighting community March 19-20, 2024 in NYC! Over 400 exhibitors from across the globe will be showcasing state-of-the-art lighting and technologies throughout 4 exhibition halls at the New York Hilton Midtown. The 2024 LEDucation Conference will be presented by a distinguished lineup of professionals who will deep-dive into topics that address the most important issues facing the lighting industry today!

During its 20 years, LEDs Magazine has covered a wealth of technology development. CARRIE MEADOWS looks ahead to new prospects for responsible lighting.
Former redlining practices made a long-term impact on local neighborhood economies and infrastructure. NICK MESLER provides examples of how updated streetlighting approaches result in safer and enlivened communities.
A selection of decorative and accent fixtures delivers flexible features and streamlined appearance in interior/exterior applications.
When the latest phase is complete, more than 240,000 streetlights will have been refitted with LEDs and, where appropriate, lighting controls, thereby cutting energy consumption by more than 60%.
More than 5,800 luminaires were used to create a continuous and dynamic ribbon of light along the Samuel De Champlain Bridge.