American Lighting Association (ALA)

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Lighting for Tomorrow Announces 2017 Competition Winners

Eleven winners were honored across four categories for the product competition's... More

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2015 Lighting for Tomorrow Competition Winners Named

This year's program focused on LED and OLED fixtures as well as luminaires that... More

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Lighting for Tomorrow Competition Call for Entries Announced

The 13th-annual event will focus on LED and OLED fixtures, LED replacement lamps,... More

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September 2014 Lighting Events and Deadlines

Here is a listing of some of the lighting industry events and deadlines that will be occurring in September 2014. Information is correct at this posting. Be sure to check the respective event websites directly regarding any updates or changes. More

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Bulbrite Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Bulbrite, manufacturer of energy-efficient light source solutions, is celebrating. 2011 marks the company's 40th Anniversary, and this past fall, company president Cathy Choi received Residential Lighting Magazine's 2010 Industry Leadership Award during the American Lighting Association's annual conference. More

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ALA Pillar of the Industry Award

Jack D. Fleischer, president of Nashville, Tenn.-based Hermitage Lighting Gallery has received the American Lighting Association's (ALA) 2010 Pillar of the Industry Award. He is one of three recipients of the award along with Alan Colker, president of Alco Lighting Sales in Richmond, Va., and Rick W. Seidman, president and CEO of Quoizel in Goose Creek, S.C. Recipients are honored for their "unique and meaningful service to advance the lighting industry and the ALA's program and mission during the previous 18 months." More

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SSL Competition Recognizes Eight Manufacturers

Eight manufacturers have been recognized in Lighting for Tomorrow's first solid-state lighting competition, which is organized by the American Lighting Association (ALA), the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), and the U.S. Department of Energy (represented by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory). More

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Lighting for Tomorrow Launches SSL Competition

In response to rapid technological advancements in solid-state lighting, Lighting for Tomorrow, an awards program organized by the American Lighting Association (ALA), the U.S. Department of Energy (represented by Pacific National Laboratory), and the Consortium of Energy Efficiency (CEE), has announced the creation of its SSL Competition, soliciting luminaire designs that use LEDs as their sole light source. More

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