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  • A Zero-Electricity Lamp Powered by Octopus Bacteria

    A Dutch designer has produced a prototype comprising a tube of artificial seawater suspended between two brass weights that glows blue when disturbed.

  • Lights Out For Inefficient Bulbs In Europe

    The European Union enacted new energy efficiency requirements on lamp sales.

  • Businesses Look to Recycle Hazardous Lamps

    Technologies to reclaim mercury from used lamps and bulbs and safely recycle them were first developed in the United States in 1989 to help minimize human exposure to the toxic material.

  • Lamp Indices Decline

    The Rosslyn, Va.-based National Electrical Manufacturers Association incandescent and compact fluorescent lamps indices for the first quarter 2009 declined 2.4 and 4.6 percent, respectively.

  • SofTrace Luminaires From Day-Brite Lighting

    SofTrace luminaires from Day-Brite Lighting can create energy savings of about 30 percent through a concealed lamp center panel with 95 percent efficiency.

  • Fusion III From Chloride

    Fusion III, the newest addition to Chloride’s solid-state lighting family, has a slim ceiling recessed profile.

  • SofTrace From Day-Brite Lighting

    SofTrace from Day-Brite Lighting offers a concealed lamp center panel with efficiency in excess of 95 percent and total luminaire efficacy up to 87 lumens per watt.

  • LivingColors by Philips

    The company's LivingColors lamp contains four LEDs: two red, one blue, and one green. Consumers can use a remote control to increase, reduce, brighten, or dim each color to create nearly unlimited color combinations, the manufacturer claims. The lamp, designed for interior use only, comes encased...

  • Is incandescent lighting on its way out?

    With so many recent proclamations to "Ban the Bulb," politicians and manufacturers seem to have made a cut and dry case against incandescent sources. But is there a legitimate complaint? Are compact fluorescent lamps the solution, as this "Ban" would advocate? Or is it a far more complex issue with...