Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer today announced that the City of San Diego is the world’s first city to partner with GE Lighting on a pilot of its Intelligent Cities platform—a software-defined lighting technology that will...
Ingersoll Rand is committed to advancing quality of life by creating comfortable and efficient environments for its customers, and it has applied the company mission to its own building renovations at its North...
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.
Tonight, the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, the National Park Service, and GE Lighting will unveil this year’s holiday LED lighting design for the National Christmas Tree at the 92nd annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at President’s Park. With more than 60,000 holiday LED lights on the living Colorado blue spruce, it is one of the most notable holiday displays in the United States.
Property owners who want to upgrade their outdoor lighting now have an inside track to more energy-efficient lighting technology with the GE Evolve™ LED N Series fixtures. The new LED area lights, flood lights and wall packs make it easier to optimize space for visibility, security and operational savings while creating a consistent and contemporary look.
The culmination of a three-year, $40 million investment at GE Lighting’s Hendersonville, N.C. Plant was capped today with the unveiling of a new production area for the manufacture of LED circuit boards.
From new technologies to a wider range of products, GE Lighting will highlight its full line of automotive lighting solutions—including headlights, taillights and interior lights—at the 2014 Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) show Nov. 4-6 in Las Vegas, Nev.
Shoppers who get ready for their annual trip to buy light bulbs due to the end of daylight saving time may be in for a surprise this year as traditional incandescent light bulbs begin to disappear. To help its customers through this transition, Meijer has partnered with GE Lighting, America’s most trusted lighting brand, to create a new shopping experience to help its shoppers navigate the many options as they prepare for the longer winter nights.