Lighting Science Awarded Two Product Innovation Awards by Architectural SSL magazine
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For best results when printing this announcement, please click on the link below: http://pdf.reuters.com/pdfnews/pdfnews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130320:nPnNY80591 Atlanta Botanical Gardens Custom Application and Definity MR 16 High Output LED Lamp Both Recognized SATELLITE BEACH, Fla., March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCQB: LSCG), one of the world's leading LED lighting technology companies, received two awards, one for the Most Creative Use of Color and one for Retrofit Lamp Sources, in Architectural SSL magazine's third annual Product Innovation Awards (PIA) competition. Lighting Science was recognized for its work on the Atlanta Botanical Gardens custom lighting project. Designed in collaboration with Tres Fromme, landscape designer, each of the Lighting Science LED luminaires uses a mere 10 watts of energy while boasting the capacity to cast over 16 million distinctive color shades. The color-changing innovative orbs and teardrop sculptures span over 8 feet tall and respond intuitively to a programmed soundtrack. The Lighting Science Definity MR16 LED High Output LED Lamp was named in the Best Track Lighting, General Ambient in the Retrofit Sources category. The Definity LED MR 16 lamp delivers uncompromising performance with marked energy savings. The long lasting, Definity LED lamp series is environmentally friendly and lasts more than 20 years in a residential or commercial application. "We are extremely pleased to be recognized for both our groundbreaking creative work with the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and our innovative product development with our Definity LED MR 16 lamp line," said Jeremy Cage, CEO for Lighting Science. ""We believe its projects and solutions like these that really set Lighting Science apart for both our customers." According to Jim Crockett, Editorial Director for Architectural SSL magazine, "The applications represent designers taking advantage of LED's discreet form, directionality and ability to add color and dynamism in an energy efficient way." A formal award presentation of the SSL PIA trophy will be held at the Lightfair from 10:00 to10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23 at the Architectural SSL booth (#4514). About Lighting Science Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCQB: LSCG) is a global leader in the design and development of lighting solutions that are environmentally friendlier and more energy efficient than traditional lighting products. Lighting Science is on a mission to improve the planet and its people with award-winning, innovative LED lamps and lighting fixtures. Conceived, created and built by some of the best people in the lighting field, these products help save energy and reduce the carbon footprint without sacrificing light quality. Find out more at: http://www.lsgc.com or join us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and the Lighting Science Blog. About The Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards The Architectural SSL Product Innovation Awards (PIA) determine and honor the most innovative LED/ solid-state luminaires and fixtures on the market, while also recognizing the companies behind the components that make up these light sources. The PIA program also recognizes leaders in categories ranging from those conducting cutting-edge R+D, to those helping in the development of standards as well as those pushing to make solid-state lighting a truly sustainable technology. Construction Business Media, headquartered in Chicago, is publisher of Architectural Products, Illuminate and Architectural SSL magazines. The company also operates the ArchLED Conference, markets and partners in TheContinuingArchitect.com educational platform, and maintains websites and electronic extensions of its print publications. SOURCE Lighting Science Group Samantha Wood McLarty, Director of Marketing, Lighting Science Group, +1-321-610-9608, Samantha.McLarty@lsgc.com
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