GE Girls, a GE Lighting created and sponsored program designed to increase girls’ interest and participation in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, concluded its yearlong program at Progressive Field Thursday morning.
The 2014 GE Edison Award is presented to Claudio Ramos, Hiram Banks, Erin Sudderth and Matt Landl of BANKS|RAMOS Architectural Lighting Design for lighting Square Inc. Headquarters in San Francisco, California, USA. The project also...
GE Lighting has been honored with a Gold Edison Award for its LightGrid™ Outdoor Wireless Control System, a groundbreaking solution for street and roadway lights that allows remote operation and fixture monitoring to save and manage energy.
GE Lighting announces a call for entries for its 32nd annual GE Edison Award competition, recognizing excellence and quality in professional lighting designs that employ the significant use of GE Lighting products, including: GE LED systems, LED luminaires, LED architectural products, LED lamps and modules, lighting controls, and non-LED lamps and luminaires.
Innovation in LED lighting has earned GE high industry acclaim once again: Ten recent achievements in LED lighting from GE will be showcased at the upcoming annual conference of The Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). The honor also comes on the heels of three Next Generation Luminaries™ (NGL) awards—marking the 11th time in three years that GE has been recognized by NGL for excellence in commercial LED lighting products.
The American Lighting Association (ALA) has chosen the bulb as a winner of its Lighting for Tomorrow competition, and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) has chosen to include the consumer lighting solution in its annual Progress Report.
The 2013 GE Edison Award is presented to Robert Shook, Maureen Mahr, Jennifer Curtis and Kimberley Corbett-Oates of Schuler Shook (Chicago, Illinois, USA) for lighting City Performance Hall in Dallas, Texas, USA. A personalized Steuben crystal award for the winner of this 31st annual lighting design competition was presented by GE Lighting on June 2, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lighting does much more than just illuminate a store, office or street. Increasingly, it thinks and communicates to those who can now make quicker, more intelligent decisions. From a shopper in a store to a street lighting maintenance manager, LED lighting has become the gateway to smarter buildings and cities.