WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study LED Lighting: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2019. Next generation lighting achieves a complete replacement of incandescent filament bulbs with LED lighting that is more energy efficient, lasts longer and has a significantly lower cost of operation. LED lighting decreases labor costs of replacing bulbs in commercial situations. The LED bulbs are implementing new semiconductor technology. The 2013 study has 403 pages, 183 tables and figures. Worldwide LED lighting markets are poised to achieve significant growth as buildings and communities lead the way in implementing the more cost efficient systems. In some cases, the utility plants are providing funding and financing so that lighting users can make the shift to LED lighting. LED lamps lower the overall cost of lighting. LED lighting costs are less than costs with incandescent lights. LED lamps offer up to 50,000 hours of illumination with a fraction of the energy used by traditional incandescent bulbs. LED bulbs generate 90% less heat than incandescent bulbs. LED bulbs extend time between bulb replacements. The bulbs are used to achieve a near zero-maintenance lighting system. LED lighting products are coming to market rapidly. Suppliers carry up to 150 different LED bulb and lamp styles to fit the various needs of consumers and businesses. LED PAR lamps dominate the ENERGY STAR qualified product list, so back in 2012 IEE partnered with TopTen USA and Ecova to develop recommendations for top performing PAR38 and PAR30 LED lamps. The team developed an evaluation protocol that starts with the lamps found in ENERGY STAR's list, to which we applied product criteria screens and testing to a subset of lamps to determine the 10 top performers. Efficiency along with aesthetics, payback period, and dimming performance were key criteria to the ranking. LED lighting products compete with traditional lighting technologies on the basis of the numerous benefits of LED lighting relative to such technology including greater energy efficiency, longer lifetime, improved durability, increased environmental friendliness, digital controllability, smaller size, directionality and lower heat output. LED lighting products face competition in the general lighting market from both traditional lighting technologies provided by numerous vendors as well as from LED-based lighting products provided by a growing roster of industry specialized participants. The emergence of cost-competitive LEDs has caused a "paradigm shift" in the lighting industry that has changed everything. The LED lighting industry rapid technological change has been brought by enormous changes in the regulations affecting lighting. Short product lifecycles are a result of new manufacturing and materials science that are the result of companies trying to improve the economies of scale to make price points more attractive to customers. According to Susan Eustis, leader of the team that prepared the study, "Frequent product introductions have characterized the LED lighting industry. There is a highly competitive pricing environment with the current price point of $10 in 2013 per light about to decline to $6 per light. These market characteristics increase the need for continuous innovation." Sales of LEDs that outpace incandescent bulbs in North America are expected to soon completely eliminate incandescent bulbs. The LED lighting market is anticipated to grow 45% per year through 2019. The LED lighting market at $4.8 billion in 2012 is anticipated to go to $42 billion by 2019. The reason is the declining price points, the increased interest by the channel in pushing LEDs to consumers. LEDs provide the best lighting solution. The phase out of incandescent lights has begun, the onset of LED command of the market is upon us. This LED lighting shipment analysis is based on consideration of the metrics for the total number of lights shipped with a likely penetration analysis. Interviews with distributors, vendors, and users provide means for triangulation of data to achieve an accurate look at the market. Interviews include contact with distributors and analysts worldwide. Companies Profiled Market Leaders Philips GE Lighting Solutions Maxion Technologies QD Vision Lighting Science Group Osram Toshiba Solid State Lighting Systems Mitsubishi / Verbatim Cree Market Participants Acuity Brands Lighting Advantech Lighting Solutions / NaturaLED Albemarle ATG Electronics Avances LumÃnicos Plus S.A. de C.V BridgeLux Emcore Epistar Everlight GE IEE Intematix iWatt Larson LED Microsensor NT Lightkiwi, LLC. Litecontrol Verbatim Newport Corporation / ILX Lightwave ILX Lightwave Nichia Pluz S.A. de C.V. / NuVue NuVue Prolighting TCP Siemens Sony Sony HD OLED panels Soraa TCP Thorlabs Acquires / Maxion Technologies Toyoda Gosei Check Out These Key Topics LED Lighting Light Emitting Diodes LED Technology LED Manufacturing Solid-State Lighting SSL LED Rare Earth Materials LED
LEDs Promise to Revolutionize the Lighting Industry LED Lamps Market Driving Forces Light-Emitting Diodes Transform The Business Of Illumination LEDs Are Economical LED Lamps Durability LED Market Shares LED Lighting Market Forecasts 1.Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting Market Dynamics and Market Description 1.1LEDs Replace Traditional Incandescent Light Bulb 1.2Next Generation, High-Efficiency, Cost-Saving LED Lighting 1.2.1 LED Products 1.3LED Quality Standards 1.4Life-Cycle Assessment of Energy and Environmental Impacts of LED 1.4.1 LED Substrates 1.5Global Economy 1.5.1 The IT Market 1.5.2 New World Order Built On The Globally Integrated Enterprise 2 Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting Market Shares and Market Forecasts 2.1 LED Lamps Market Driving Forces 2.1.1 Light-Emitting Diodes Transform The Business Of Illumination 2.1.2 LEDs Are Economical 2.1.3 LED Lamps Durability 2.2 LED Market Shares 2.2.1 Lighting Industry Market Share Commentary on LED Technology Shifts 2.2.2 Philips Lumileds 2.2.3 Philips Targets Lighting for Underdeveloped Regions 2.2.4 Cree 2.2.5 Cree Manufacturing 2.2.6 Cree 2.2.7 Cree Emerging Markets 2.2.8 GE Lighting Solutions 2.2.9 GE ROI for LEDs 2.2.10 GE Installs Municipal Lighting 2.2.11 Acuity Brands Enhances Popular Lithonia Lighting TWH and TWP Luminaires with LED Technology 2.2.12 Toshiba Lighting Technology 2.2.13 QD Vision 2.2.14 Lighting Science Group 2.2.15 Lighting Science Group 2.2.16 Bridgelux LED Arrays 2.2.17 Albemarle 2.3 LED Lighting Market Forecasts 2.3.1 LED Lighting, Unit Shipments 2.3.2 LED Light Market Penetration, Market Forecasts 2.3.3 General Lighting and LED Lighting Installed Base and Market Penetration 2.4 Comparison of LED vs. Incandescent Overall Costs 2.4.1 Relative ROI Incandescent Lights Compared to LED Lights 2.4.2 Energy Star Qualified LED Lamps Increasing Over Time 2.4.3 LED Lighting Business Models Shift 2.5 LED Market Description 2.5.1 LED Markets, Lighting, LCD and TV Displays, Automotive, Cell Phones, Notebooks, Tablets and Displays 2.5.2 LED Market Growth 2.5.3 LED LCD TVs 2.5.4 LED Die Surface 2.5.5 LED Reflector Lamps 2.6 LED Energy Reduction 2.6.1 LEDs in LCD Backlighting 2.7 LED Prices 2.7.1 Top Ten USA LED Lamps Ratings and Prices 2.8 LED Regional Market Analysis 2.8.1 Japan 2.8.2 Cree Revenue by Regional Segment 2.8.3 China 2.8.4 China Controls Vast Majority Of The Rare-Earth Materials 3. LED Lighting Product Description 3.1Lighting Science Group 3.1.1 Lighting Science Group A19 / A60 Omni 3.1.2 Lighting Science Group BR20 3.1.3 Lighting Science Group DFN19 / A60 3.1.4 Lighting Science Group PAR16 3.1.5 Lighting Science Group BayLight 3.1.6 Lighting Science Group BayLume 3.2Solid State Lighting Systems 3.2.1 Solid State Lighting Systems Tilelite 3.2.2 Solid State Lighting Systems LED Pool Lights 3.2.3 Solid State Lighting Systems Quad Tilelite 3.3BridgeLux 3.3.1 Bridgelux LS Arrays 3.3.2 Bridgelux ES Arrays 3.3.3 Bridgelux RS Arrays 3.3.4 Bridgelux VeroTM Array Series 3.4Cree 3.4.1 Cree CR80-650L 3.4.2 Cree CR4 3.4.3 Cree 304 Series Interior 3.4.4 Cree CR80-650L 3.5LED Microsensor NT 3.5.1 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 1600-2400 nm spectral range 3.5.2 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 2800-5000 nm spectral range 3.5.3 LED Microsensor NT LED Chip Design 3.6Osram Sylvania 3.6.1 Osram Sylvania Integrated LED Lamps 3.6.2 Osram Sylvania LED Modules & Arrays 3.6.3 Osram Sylvania OPTOTRONICÂ® Overview 3.7Acuity Brands Lighting 3.7.1 Acuity Brands Indoor LED Solutions 3.7.2 Acuity Brands DOM6 LED 3.7.3 Acuity Brands REALITY 6" LED Module 3.7.4 Acuity Brands ELM2 LED 3.8GE Lighting Solutions 3.8.1 GE ROI for LEDs 3.8.2 GE Lumination LED Luminaires - EP Series 3.8.3 GE Tetra AL10 3.8.4 GE TetraÂ® miniMAX 3.9Philips Lumileds 3.9.1 Philips Limileds LUXEON A 3.9.2 Philips Limileds SignalSure 3.9.3 Philips Limileds SnapLED 3.9.4 Philips Lumileds Quality White Lighting with LEDs 3.10 Toshiba 3.10.1Toshiba Lighting Technology 3.10.2Toshiba Lighting the Way 3.11 Litecontrol 3.11.1Litecontrol Wall Arcos LED 3.11.2Litecontrol Aerial 3.12 Intematix 3.12.1Intematix ChromaLitâ„¢ 3.12.2Intematix LED Phosphors 3.13 iWatt 3.13.1iWatt iW1760 3.13.2iWatt iW3630 3.14 QD Vision QLEDs 3.14.1QLED Technology In Full-Color Displays And Lighting Devices 3.14.2QD Vision 3.14.3QLEDs -- The Future 3.14.4QD Vision QLED Technology 3.15 Prolighting TCP 3.15.1ProLighting LED Light Bulbs 3.16 ATG Electronics 3.17 Utech LED 3.18 Advantech Lighting Solutions / NaturaLED 3.19 GreeneLED 3.20 Lighting Science Group 3.21 Light KIW 3.22 Verbatim 3.23 NuVue 3.24 Bridgelux LED Products 3.25 Albemarle 3.26 Larson 3.27 Nichia 3.28 Toyoda Gosei 3.29 Epistar 4. LED Lighting Technology 4.1 Light-Emitting Diodes LEDs 4.2 Institute of the Edison Foundation IEE Measures LED lamps 4.2.1 IEE Names Lighting Science(R) to Top Ten LED Lamp List 4.2.2 Utility Investments In Electric Efficiency Programs 4.3 LED PAR38 Best in Class 4.4 LEDs Devices Use Semiconductor Materials 4.4.1 TriMethyl Gallium (TMG) 4.4.2 Triethylgallium (TEG) 4.4.3 Trimethylaluminum (TMA-PG) 4.4.4. Trimethylgallium (TMG) 4.4.5 LED Colors and Common Chemistries 4.5 Lighting Controls 4.5 LED Environmental Dimension 4.5.1 Biologically Effective Lighting 4.6 Safety Dimension 4.6.1 LED Manufacturing Is A Very Complex And Highly Technical Process 4.6.2 Lighting Efficiency Comparison 4.7 LED Lighting Standards 5. LED Lighting Company Description 5.1Acuity Brands Lighting 5.1.1 Acuity Brands Enhances Popular Lithonia Lighting TWH and TWP Luminaires with LED Technology 5.2Advantech Lighting Solutions / NaturaLED 5.3Albemarle 5.3.1 Albemarle Catalysts 5.3.2 Albemarle Discussion 5.3.3 Albemarle Discovery in Lithium Carbonate Production 5.3.4 Albemarle Commercial Technology Services 5.3.5 Albemarle Pretreat Catalysts 5.3.6 Albemarle Revenue 2013 5.4ATG Electronics 5.5Avances LumÃnicos Plus S.A. de C.V 5.6BridgeLux 5.7Cree 5.7.1 Cree LED Lighting 5.7.2 Cree Power and Wireless Devices 5.7.3 Cree Sets New R&D Performance Record with 276 Lumen-Per-Watt Power LED 5.7.4 Cree Business 5.7.5 Cree LED Lighting Products 5.7.6 Cree Product Revenues by Reportable Segment 5.7.7 Cree LED Products Segment 5.7.8 Cree LED Chips 5.7.9 Cree LED Components 5.7.10Cree Lighting Products Segment 5.7.11Cree Power and RF Products Segment 5.7.12Cree Power Devices 5.7.13Cree RF Devices 5.7.14Cree LED Research and Development 5.7.15Cree Financial Information about Geographic Areas of Customers and Assets 5.8Emcore 5.8.1 Emcore Broadband: 5.9Epistar 5.9.1 Epistar Revenue 5.9.2 Epistar Led the LED Era 5.10 Everlight 5.10.1Everlight Revenue 5.11 GE Lighting Solutions 5.11.1GE Tetra EdgeStrip and Tetra miniStrip among Top 10 products of 2012: EDC magazine 5.11.2GE Evolve LED Fixtures Reduce Auto Dealership's Energy Costs by $49,000 Annually 5.11.3GE Scorecard 5.11.4GE Manufactures Electrical Distribution And Control Products, Lighting And Power Panels, Switchgear And Circuit Breakers 5.11.5GE Home & Business Solutions 5.11.6GE Offers Major Home Appliances 5.11.7GE Lamps 5.11.8GE Lighting Solutions 5.11.9GE Healthcare 5.11.10GE Healthcare Regional P&Ls 5.11.11GE Key Medical Care Areas: Cardiology 5.11.12GE Neurology 5.11.13GE Emergency Medicine 5.11.14GE Oncology 5.11.15GE Womenâ€™s Health 5.11.16GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier 5.11.17GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender 5.11.18GE M2100 Air/O2 Blender 5.12 IEE 5.13 Intematix 5.13.1Intematix Remote Phosphor Takes Lead in LED High Bay Lighting Performance 5.13.2Intematix Phosphor Technology 5.13.3Intematix ChromaLitâ„¢ Technology 5.14 iWatt 5.14.1iWatt Flickerlessâ„¢ SSL LED Driver is Optimized for Commercial Lighting and Wireless Lighting 5.15 Larson 5.16 LED Microsensor NT 5.16.1LED Microsensor NT Technology 5.16.2LED Microsensor NT Quality 5.17 Lighting Science Group 5.17.1IEE Names Lighting Science(R) to Top Ten LED Lamp List 5.17.2Lighting Science Group Files 71 New Patents in 2012 5.17.3Lighting Science Group Business 5.17.4Lighting Science Group Customers 5.17.5Lighting Science Group Products 5.17.6Lighting Science Group Target Markets And Customers 5.17.7Lighting Science Group Strategic Plan 5.17.8Lighting Science Issues Recall of 554,000 LED Bulbs Because Of Fire Hazard 5.18 Lightkiwi, LLC. 5.19 Litecontrol 5.19.1Litecontrol Mission 5.19.2Litecontrol Aerial Boasts Direct-specific Optical Design 5.20 Mitsubishi / Verbatim 5.20.1Verbatim Brand 5.20.2Verbatim LED Future Developments 5.21 Newport Corporation / ILX Lightwave 5.21.1 Newport Markets 5.21.2 Newport Corporation / ILX Lightwave 5.21.3ILX Lightwave Product Innovation 5.22 Nichia 5.22.1Nichia Patent Actions 5.23 Osram AG 5.23.1Osram Sylvania 5.23.2Osram Sylvania Automotive Lighting 5.23.3Osram Sylvania General Lighting 5.23.4Osram Sylvania Electronic Control Systems 5.23.5Osram Sylvania Display / Optic Lighting 5.23.6Osram Sylvania Canada 5.23.7Osram Sylvania Basic Data 5.23.8Osram Revenue Segments 5.23.9Osram Revenue by Segments 5.24 Philips Lumileds 5.24.1Philips Lumileds Quality White Lighting with LEDs 5.24.2Philips Is World Leader In Cardiology 5.24.3Philips Lumileds 5.25 Pluz S.A. de C.V. / NuVue 5.25.1NuVue 5.26 Prolighting TCP 5.27 QD Vision 5.28 Siemens 5.28.1Siemens Computed Tomography - Multislice CT 5.28.2Siemens Financial Transparency 5.28.3Siemens Urban Development Center “The Crystal “ In London - Exhibition Dedicated To Cities 5.28.4Siemens No. 1 in Sustainability -Carbon Disclosure 5.28.5Siemens Q3 2012: Revenue Growth in Challenging Markets 5.28.6Siemens Financial Highlights: 5.28.7Siemens Supplies 300 Offshore Wind Turbines to DONG Energy â€“ 5.29 Solid State Lighting Systems 5.30 Sony 5.30.1Sony HD OLED panels 5.31 Soraa Inc 5.32 TCP 5.33 Thorlabs 1.5.3 Thorlabs Acquires QCL Manufacturer Maxion Technologies 1.5.4 Maxion Technologies 1.5.5 Maxion Technologies 1.5.6 Maxion Technologies 1.5.7 Maxion and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County 5.34 Toshiba 5.34.1Toshiba World-Leading Diversified Manufacturer 5.34.2Toshiba Medical Systems 5.34.3Toshiba America Medical Systems 5.35 Toyoda Gosei
Tables and Figures Table ES-1 LED Lamps and Bulbs Market Driving Forces Table ES-2 LED Lamps Durability Drives Market Growth Figure ES-3 Light Emitting DIodes (LED) Lights Market Shares, Dollars, 2012 Table ES-4 LED Lights Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 1-1 LED System Dimension Table 1-2 LED Design Dimension Figure 1-3 LED Design Strength Table 1-4 LED Quality Standards Figure 1-5 LED Quality Dimension: Standards and Regulations Table 1-6 LED Backlight TV/monitor â€“ LEDs Used For Screen Lighting Figure 1-7 Types of LED Commercial Lighting Figure 1-8 Life-Cycle Assessment Impacts of the Lighting Lamps Analyzed Relative to Incandescent Figure 1-9 Life-Cycle Assessment Impacts of the LED Lighting Lamps Analyzed Relative to Impacts Relative To The CFL Figure 1-10 Lifecycle Energy Use of Different Lights Figure 1-11 LCA Framework Figure 1-12 System Boundaries of LED Lifecycle Analysis Figure 1-13 Comparison of MOCVD Reactor Tray, 6â€ vs. 2â€ Table 1-14 LCA Inventory for the 12.5 Watt LED Lamp in 2012 Stage Table 2-1 LED Lamps and Bulbs Market Driving Forces Table 2-2 LED Lamps Durability Drives Market Growth Figure 2-3 Light Emitting DIodes (LED) Lights Market Shares, Dollars, 2012 Table 2-4 LED Lights Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Table 2-5 Philips Limileds LUXEON A Features Figure 2-6 Albemarle LED Positioning Table 2-7 LED Lights Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 2-8 LED Lighting, Dollars, Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Table 2-9 LED Lighting, Units, Shipments, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Figure 2-10 Projected LED Materials Growth Figure 2-11 LED Light Market Penetration, Market Forecasts Percent, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Figure 2-12 LED Lights, Units, Shipments, Installed Base, and Market Penetration, Worldwide, 2013-2019 Figure 2-13 Comparison of LED vs. Incandescent Overall Costs for 50,000 Hours of Luminscence, Dollars, 2012 Table 2-14 LED Lights ROI Analysis Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Figure 2-15 Incandescent Light Bulb Costs for 50,000 Hours of Light, Dollars, 2012 Figure 2-16 Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) Market Segments, Dollars, 2012 Figure 2-17 Incandescent and LED Lighting ROI Comparison, Energy, Maintenance, and Investment Dollars, Worldwide, 2012 Figure 2-18 Energy Star Qualified LED Lamps Increasing Over Time Table 2-19 LED Lighting Business Models Shift Table 2-20 Mega Trends: LED Market Adoption Table 2-21 LED Uses: Backlight TV/monitor â€“ LEDs Used For Screen Lighting Table 2-22 LED Markets, Lighting, LCD and TV Displays, Automotive, Cell Phones, Notebooks,Tablets and Displays, Dollars and Units Shipments, Worldwide,2013-2019 Figure 2-23 Common Uses of Reflector Lamps Table 2-24 Lighting Energy Dimension Figure 2-25 LED Lighting Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2012 Table 2-26 LED Lighting Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2012 Table 2-27 LED Lighting Global Trends Table 2-28 Cree Revenue by Country Percent, Worldwide, 2007-2012 Figure 3-1 Lighting Science Group A19 / A60 Omni Table 3-2 Lighting Science Group A19 / A60 Omni Features Figure 3-3 Lighting Science Group BR20 Figure 3-4 Lighting Science Group DFN19 / A60 Figure 3-5 Lighting Science Group PAR16 Figure 3-6 Lighting Science Group BayLight Table 3-7 Lighting Science Group BayLight Features Figure 3-8 Lighting Science Group BayLume Table 3-9 Lighting Science Group BayLume Features Figure 3-10 Solid State Lighting Systems Tilelite Figure 3-11 Solid State Lighting Systems LED Pool Lights Figure 3-12 Solid State Lighting Systems Quad Tilelite Figure 3-13 Bridgelux LS Arrays Table 3-14 Bridgelux LS ArraysFeatures Figure 3-15 Bridgelux ES Arrays Table 3-16 Bridgelux ES Arrays Features Figure 3-17 Bridgelux RS Arrays Figure 3-18 Bridgelux RS Arrays Features Figure 3-19 Bridgelux VeroTM Array Series Table 3-20 Bridgelux VeroTM Array Series Features Figure 3-21 Cree CR80-650L Figure 3-22 Cree CR4 Figure 3-23 Cree 304 Series Interior Figure 3-24 Cree CR80-650L Figure 3-25 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 1600-2400 nm spectral range Table 3-26 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 1600-2400 nm spectral range Features Figure 3-27 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 2800-5000 nm spectral range Table 3-28 LED Microsensor NT Light Emitting Diodes for 2800-5000 nm spectral range Figure 3-29 LED Microsensor NT LED Chip Design Table 3-30 LED Microsensor NT LED Chip Design Features Figure 3-31 Osram Sylvania Integrated LED Lamps Figure 3-32 Osram Sylvania LED Modules & Arrays Figure 3-33 Acuity Brands DOM6 LED Figure 3-34 Acuity Brands REALITY 6" LED Module Figure 3-35 Acuity Brands ELM2 LED Figure 3-36 GE Lumination LED Luminaires - EP Series Table 3-37 GE Lumination LED Luminaires - EP Series Features Figure 3-38 GE Tetra AL10 Table 3-39 GE Tetra AL10 Features Table 3-40 GE TetraÂ® miniMAX Features Table 3-41 Philips Limileds LUXEON A Features Table 3-42 Philips Limileds SignalSure Uses Table 3-43 Philips Limileds SnapLED Uses Table 3-44 Philips LUXEONÂ® 3535 2D Mid-Power LED Features Table 3-45 Toshiba offers TLS-RTLS and TLS-RTLM LED Roadway Lighting Features Table 3-46 Toshiba LED Lighting Features Table 3-47 Toshiba LED Lighting Applications â€“ Table 3-48 Toshiba LED Lighting Construction â€“ Table 3-49 Toshiba LED Lighting Mounting â€“ Table 3-50 Toshiba LED Lighting Optics â€“ Table 3-51 Toshiba Roadway LED Key Benefits Table 3-52 Toshiba LED Lamps Figure 3-53 Litecontrol Wall Arcos LED Table 3-54 Litecontrol Wall Arcos LED Figure 3-55 Litecontrol Aerial Figure 3-56 Intematix ChromaLitâ„¢ Table 3-57 Intematix ChromaLitâ„¢ Table 3-58 QLED Benefits For The Solid State Lighting Figure 3-59 QD Vision QLED performance Table 3-60 QLED Technology Benefits In Color Displays / Lighting Devices Figure 3-61 QD Vision QLEDS Table 3-62 QLED Features Figure 3-63 Prolighting TCP LEDs Figure 3-64 Prolighting TCP LEDs Figure 3-65 ATG Electronics LEDs Figure 3-66 Utech Led Accessories Figure 3-67 Advantech Lighting Solutions / NaturaLED Figure 3-68 GreeneLED Sample Products Figure 3-69 Lighting Science Group LED Lights Figure 3-70 Lighting Science Group LED Lights Table 3-71 Lighting Science Group MR16 GU10 Features Figure 3-72 Lightkiwi, LLC. LED Lights Table 3-73 Verbatim BR30 LED Bulb Figure 3-74 NuVue MR16 6*1W (7W )Max Figure 3-75 NuVue.LED Figure 3-76 Bridgelux LED Arrays Figure 2-77 Larson Electronics Tower LED Lights Figure 3-78 Nichia LED Series Offerings Figure 3-79 Toyoda Gosei Blue LED Technology Products Figure 3-80 Toyoda Gosei LED Solutions Figure 3-81 Toyoda Gosei Amusement Equipment LED Solutions Figure 3-82 Epistar LEDs Lighting Arrangement Figure 3-83 Epistar LED Lighting Potential Figure 3-84 Epistar LED Lighting Decorations Figure 3-85 Epistar LED Lighting Figure 4-1 Energy Star Qualified LED Lamps Table 4-2 Utility Investments In Electric Efficiency Programs Source: W interGreen Research, Inc. Table 4-3 LED PAR38 and PAR30 Best in Class Table 4-4 LED PAR30 Best in Class Figure 4-5 Albemarle Well Positioned To Thrive As LED Market Adoption Occurs Figure 4-6 Gains from Disruptive Manufacturing Technologies: GaN-on-GaN, GaN-on-Si Figure 4-7 Soraa Inc LED Large Surface Area To Junction Area Table 4-8 LED Colors and Common Chemistries Figure 4-9 Global Lighting Association Solid State Lighting SSL Performance Roadmap Figure 4-10 LED Lighting Controls Table 4-11 LED Environmental Dimension Source: WiterGreen Research, Inc. Table 4-12 Biologically Effective Lighting Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Table 4-13 LED Light Benefits Source: WinterGreen Research, Inc. Table 4-14 LED Biological Dimension Implementation Figure 4-15 LED Biological Dimension Illustration Figure 4-16 General Types of White Light Emitting Diodes LEDs Figure 4-17 Stages And The Major Steps of LED Manufacturing Figure 4-18 Steps Associated with Sapphire Wafer Substrate Manufacture Figure 4-19 Philips Example of Finished Packaged LED Figure 4-20 Efficacy of Conventional Light Sources Versus LEDs. Figure 4-21 ATG Electronics Standards Compliance Figure 5-1 Albemarle Well Positioned To Thrive As LED Market Adoption Occurs Table 5-2 Albemarle Business Segments Figure 5-3 Albemarle Refinery Catalyst Solutions Figure 5-4 Albemarle Performance Catalyst Solutions Figure 5-5 Albemarle Global Expansion Table 5-6 Albemarle Process Additives Figure 5-7 ATG Electronics Headquaters in California Table 5-8 Cree Lighting Portfolio Of Lighting Products Applications. Table 5-9 Cree LED Research and Development Issues Figore 5-10 Epistar Managementâ€™s Beliefs Figure 5-11 GE Scorecard Figure 5-12 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier Table 5-13 GE Healthcare Oxygen Humidifier Figure 5-14 GE Healthcare Air/O2 Blender Figure 5-15 Intematix ChromaLit Table 5-16 Intematix ChromaLit Future Features Table 5-17 iWatt Mission Table 5-18 iWatt iW3630 Key Features Figure 5-19 Semiconductor wafer after the photolitography stage Table 5-20 Litecontrol Values Table 5-21 Osram Sylvania Business Sectors Table 5-22 Osram Sylvania Basic Data Figure 5-23 Osram Sylvania Revenue Table 5-24 Nu Vue Lighting LLC Strategic Positioning Figure 5-25 Siemens Somatom Computed Tomography CT Table 5-26 Soraa GaN on GaNâ„¢ LEDs Benefits Table 5-27 Maxion Technologies Laser Product Segment Positioning Figure 5-28 Toshiba CT Scan Roadmap for Dose Reduction Figure 5-29 Toshiba CT Figure 5-30 Toyoda Gosei Business Performance Figure 5-31 Toyoda Gosei Business Performance Figure 5-32 Toyoda Gosei Principal Customers
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