National Lighting Bureau Board Weighs in on Technology, Energy Efficiency, and Market Trends
Nashville, TN, October 22, 2012. The Edison Report, the lighting industry’s leading source of news, recently visited the National Lighting Bureau in Washington, DC to discuss key topics, including what the lighting industry will look like in 2030, government impact on prices, microgrids, the state of LED applications, and the importance of lighting controls.
The panel discussion, videotaped by the Edison Report, is available at www.EdisonReport.TV or through a link at Edison Report home page. Viewers can access a Part I, a 17-minute video, as well as Part II, a 19-minute discussion.
The National Lighting Bureau board of directors, who were filmed for the event, collectively have over 200 years of experience in the lighting and electrical industries. The 36-year-old, not-for-profit organization is sponsored by major manufacturers, trade associations, professional societies, and agencies of the federal government.
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