Are you a subscriber but don’t have an online account?

Register for full online access.

 
 
 
 

More stories about GE

  • LEDs in the Spotlight

    The latest in LED luminaire offerings.

  • LED Light Bulb

    According to GE, fins surrounding the new 9-watt Energy Smart LED bulb dissipate heat and disperse light, making it the world's first omnidirectional LED replacement bulb.

  • GE Edison Awards

    Spotlight shines on 11 projects, and lighting design firm Licht Kunst Licht takes home the Edison Award for the second year in a row.

  • GE Edison Awards

  • GE Announces Edison Award Winners

  • Register Online for GE's Conferences

    The GE Lighting & Electrical Institute has created an online portal for those wishing to participate in any of its 2008 conferences, providing a central site for training and education with streamlined registration, individual and group tracking capabilities, report generation capabilities, and...

  • Jan. 10 is Entry Deadline for GE's Edison Award

    Project entries for GE Consumer & Industrial's 25th Annual GE Edison Award competition must be received by Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008. The competition recognizes professional lighting designs that feature GE light sources and is open to lighting designers, architects, engineers, and consultants...

  • GE Closes $107 Million LIHTC Investment

    GE Real Estate closed one of its largest low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) deals with a $107 million investment in an affordable housing portfolio across several states.

  • And The Winners Are....

    A highlight of the spring conference/tradeshow season was the annual announcement of the lighting industry's design award programs recognizing professional work.

  • IESNY Sponsors Four-Part Series on the Incandescent/CFL Lamp Debate

    On April 21, 2007, The Illuminating Engineering Society's New York chapter held the first in its series of four panel discussions regarding the incandescent/compact fluorescent lamp debate. Representatives from the three major lamp manufacturers—General Electric (GE), Osram Sylvania, and...