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A Breakthrough for Increasing Organic Solar Cell Conductivity Mouser Staff
An accidental discovery at the University of Michigan has turned the sleepy world of organic solar cells upside down. It turns out that electrons can go farther in organic materials, making these materials a far more efficient conduit of electrical current.

Tax Reform Keeps the Sun Shining on Solar Energy David Wagman
Inverters, connectors, and panels may be the hardware that delivers solar energy to homeowners and utility giants alike, but it’s the tax breaks that often justify installing solar energy in the first place. How will the late 2017 US tax reforms affect the solar industry as a whole?

Tech Scores a TD at Super Bowl LII Barry Manz
Super Bowl LII fans in the stands will expect flawless cellular and Wi-Fi performance, and viewers at home will expect multi-view, action-packed, real-time coverage. The mammoth technology infrastructure supporting Super Bowl LII should deliver on both.

LEDs and Wireless Tech Combine to Build Intelligent Lighting Steven Keeping
Both LED lighting and low-power wireless technology have been decades in gestation. Although originally developed for different applications, the two technologies have converged to revolutionize lighting applications that provide more than just illumination.

Unintended Consequences: Adjusting LED Lighting Design Paul Golata
As engineers, we need to ensure that future lighting designs make greater use of external shielding and electronic controls to optimize when, where, and how much light is displayed. Our design goals will subsequently reflect not just attention to the raw light output, but how the light is properly contextually bracketed to meet the needs of the biological environment—human, animal, and plant—to also minimize light pollution.

Here Comes the Sun Mark Patrick
A team of engineers in Germany is addressing the challenge of getting enough light with a new, app-controlled intelligent lamp. The HEAVN One is a desk lamp, a daylight lamp and a room illuminator, all in one. It takes the well-established idea of the health benefits of light, and expands it in three different ways.

Vehicle Lighting with LEDs Arden Henderson
Light Emitting Diode (LED) illumination is everywhere now. Though a slow start due to cost, LED lighting[0] is less costly now, ever so more versatile, and is scaling up rapidly in applications for homes, businesses, signage, and automotive applications, for starters.

Feeling Blue? Human Health in Light of LED Streetlights Paul Golata
White LEDs used in street lighting may consist of packaged combinations of Red, Green, and Blue LEDs, but more often than not employ blue LEDs, which are built generally from indium gallium nitride (InGaN) and have a yttrium-aluminum-garnet (YAG) (Y3Al5O12) phosphor coating placed on their emitter or emitter’s optic. From the base color of blue light, white light can be realized and utilized for white LED streetlights. But does this blue light found in LED streetlights make humans experience any negative impacts?

LED Headlights…Coming Soon the Masses! Barry Manz
As High Intensity Discharge (HID, xenon) and LED technologies are the only truly modern vehicle light sources, unless you own a luxury vehicle chances are you (like me) are missing out actually being able to see well into the night. The difference between what these two technologies and 50-year-old quartz-halogen bulbs deliver is like night and day. Fortunately, thanks to the dramatic advances and reduced cost of high-brightness LEDs, high-performance forward lighting is now about to be available to the rest of us.

Misty Beginnings for LED Lighting Steven Keeping
There is little debate that LED lighting has hit the mainstream with the technology projected to achieve a market share of 84% in the general illumination market by 2030 (saving the equivalent of the total energy consumed by nearly 24 million U.S. homes compared to today’s inefficient lighting, according to the U.S. Department of Energy). But like many emerging technologies, LED lighting has taken a long time to actually emerge – much longer than you might think.

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