Amerlux Introduces GRUV HE Recessed Linear Fluorescent …
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/PRNewswire/ –  Designed to provide high-performance, visually comfortable, high efficient ambient lighting for commercial and office environments, Amerlux introduces GRUV HE, an upgraded version of the popular recessed linear fluorescent lighting system featuring steel construction, superb aesthetics, lower costs and shorter lead times.  Amerlux is an industry leader of task-specific, energy-efficient lighting solutions, an innovator of lighting solutions for retail, supermarket, commercial and hospitality markets and a recent recipient of Five Next Generation Luminaires Awards.

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“Achieving the same high level of aesthetics while reducing costs and lead times, GRUV HE offers the perfect combination of high performance, efficiency and steel construction in architectural recessed linear fixtures,” said Chuck Campagna, CEO and President of Amerlux.

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Sharp to replace all fluorescent lights with LEDs
News from The Japan Times:

OSAKA — Sharp Corp. plans to replace all 190,000 fluorescent lights in its offices and factories in Japan with LED lights to cut power consumption, company officials said.

Fully shifting to LEDs will reduce Sharp’s power consumption for lighting by 40 percent, and the cost will be recovered within four years, the officials said Tuesday.

It will take several months for the electronics maker to complete the replacement work, they said.

The work will start later this month at Sharp’s head office in Osaka and some other facilities.

At offices and plants in the Kansai region, where the power supply is expected to be tight this summer, some 60,000 lights will be replaced with LEDs before the end of June, the officials said.

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