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Advancing the quality of light

A new paradigm, referred to as human-centric lighting, or lighting for human preference, where light is seen from the perspective of the users of a space is starting to emerge. The results of recent independent studies provide a foundation for designers to specify a spectrum humans prefer.

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Improving on LEED with LEDs: Energy conservation upgrades at a Maryland office building

The quest for energy efficiency should not stop after a building is certified under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. Technologies capable of reducing energy costs continue to evolve and are in a state of flux. Therefore, there is always potential for improvement upon the technology used in a LEED-certified building. Perhaps no area of building technology has improved so rapidly as the lighting industry.

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