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Energy Efficiency Day Follow Up: Shining a Spotlight on National LED Light Day

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Energy Central just had a great time celebrating National Energy Efficiency Day yesterday, and I'd encourage all EE professionals to check out all the great content that came into our special EEDay2021 topic tag.

Almost as if by design, October 6 being Energy Efficiency Day is followed up with October 7 being National LED Light Day! After being established in 2016, National LED Light Day is meant "to recognize one of the most important scientific achievements in recent history. The day also celebrates the advancements of this versatile technology."

In recognition of that and to keep the EE momentum going, I thought it would only be appropriate to share some of the most interesting LED-related posts I've seen on Energy Central from the past few years to remind us all about how far this technology has come and the positive impact it's having. 


Next Big Thing: From LEDs to HVAC by Tilak Subrahmanian of Eversource

LEDs Light the Way for Growers by Neil Strother of Guidehouse

Changing the Game with LEDs by Jill Bryan of Questline

Brighter, safer, more efficient: How LEDs are changing public spaces by ACEEE

Ameren Illinois to replace approximately 10,000 old streetlights with LEDs this year by Daily Energy Insider

Chicago Deploys Remote Monitoring and Control for Street Lights by DW Keefer


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