2. University of California, Santa Barbara, UCSB, together with Shoji Nakamura, has developed an efficient white LED without fluorescent powder.
3. Recently, the European Lighting Association (Lighting Europe) issued a message calling for permission to allow UV-C products to enter the European market.
4. STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM) announced that it has become an Associate member of the Zhaga Consortium to advance the deployment of NFC technology in the industrial lighting market.
5. Atomic Blue's ultraviolet light has been registered with the FDA as a Disinfectant – Medical Device with the product code LRJ under device Class 1. The UVC fixture, known for its ability to eradicate the COVID-19 virus, is now approved for commercial use.
6. Oxford and Cambridge University Spin-off Company to Commercialize Perovskite LEDs with Improved Efficiency, Adding New Solution for Micro LED.
7. New Energy Equity (NEE) collaborated with New Resource Solutions (NRS) and Solscient Energy (Solscient) to complete a 789 kW ground-mounted solar array for Hicksville Public Schools.
8. The Kuwabarajo Mega Solar No.4 solar park covers 24 hectares and is located in Lzumi in the Kyushu Kagoshima Prefecture.
9. Study Finds High Power LED Lighting Exposure Before Harvest Can Enhance Nutrition of Lettuce.
10. LG Launches Its First Commercialized LED Cinema Display in Taiwan.
11. Apple is working on a fordableiPhone prototype that features two separate display panels that are connected by a hinge rather than a single display like the Samsung Galaxy Fold.
12. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a $17.7 million financing package with Spectra Solar Park Limited (SSPL) to invest in a 35-megawatt utility-scale solar photostatic plant in Bangladesh.
13. U.S. solar installed capacity is expected to grow by 33% in 2020.
14. Scientists show off lamp-hone technology: real-time eavesdropping with light bulb vibrations up to 25 meters away.