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Not Purely Academic

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Philips Acquires Teletrol Systems

Philips has acquired Teletrol Systems, a company who specializes in integrated solutions for multi-site management of lighting and energy usage. More

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Campus Lighting Retrofit Forum

Registration for the 2009 Campus Lighting Retrofit Forum is now open. Co?hosted by the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC), UC Davis, and UC Irvine, the forum is intended for facility and energy managers, engineers, and sustainability experts on issues relating to energy-saving lighting technologies for campuses. More

Cooper Lighting: SGI Series
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Manufacturers Open New Facilities

Schneider Electric has opened a 100,000-square-foot high-tech electronic testing and learning facility for its recently acquired American Power Conversion business unit in O'Fallon, MO. Many of the electronic and control solutions from several of Schneider's business units are integrated into the building's testing lab, classrooms, training rooms, and demonstration and display areas. Osram Opto Semiconductors also has opened two new facilities: a new Asia regional headquarters in Hong Kong and the last wing of its new semiconductor plant in Regensburg, Germany. More

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Cree's New Facility

Cree, manufacturer of products for the solid-state lighting market, has announced the opening of its new 230,000-square-foot engineering and production facility in North Carolina, where electronic devices based on silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) will be produced. According to the manufacturer, the site will be one of the first commercial SiC and GaN production facilities in the world devoted to serving the power and wireless infrastructure markets. For more information, visit More

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Schneider Electric Registers for ISO 14001 Certification

As of April 2005, according to the Federal Environmental Agency in Germany, 88,800 companies worldwide were ISO 14001 certified, with 4,761 of those in the United States. Gladys Thomas, Schneider Electric's operations manager for safety, security, and environment, says that this certification 'is rapidly becoming a necessary qualification to remain competitive in the global marketplace' and Schneider Electric, a Paris-based supplier of electrical distribution, industrial control, and automation products and systems, has recently completed certification registration for the 31 facilities making up its North American division. More

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