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i4energy: Why Fluorescent Lighting Isn't Dead

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Uploaded on Feb 25, 2011

Speaker/Performer: Francis Rubinstein, LBNL

Abstract:
With all the current buzz about LEDs, one might be tempted to think that fluorescent lighting has already lost the war of the light sources. On the contrary, this seminar's speaker argues that general lighting is poised on the brink of a revolution -- controllable lighting -- which will not only eliminate most of the wasted lighting energy in the Nation, but will also allow controllable fluorescent lighting systems to work in concert with emerging LED luminaires to improve lighting quality and user satisfaction. The seminar will compare the energy and environmental implications of the most efficient light sources and show how hybrid lighting solutions that combine the best of controllable fluorescent and LED sources are the most cost-effective and practical way to move the Nation to the next level of lighting energy efficiency.


Part of the Spring 2011 i4Energy Seminar Series. Live broadcast at mms://media.citris.berkeley.edu/webcast. Questions can be sent via Yahoo IM to username: citrisevents. All talks may be viewed on our YouTube channel

The schedule for the spring i4energy series is at http://www.citris-uc.org/events/i4ene....

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