DOE released 2014 research and development of advanced technologies of solid-state lighting

Following the funded Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer Project(STTR) in 2014 released last week, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) issued the “2014 solid-state lighting research and development of advanced technologies,” support program, and granting totaling $ 10 million to support new research and development projects this week.

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The DOE funding will continue to support its main support categories which are R & D projects of solid-state lighting (SSL)including the LED lighting such as the high power LED flood light over the years: (1) core technology research: basic science concepts used in SSL technology especially high power LED flood light and other high power LED lighting; (2) Product development: the use of foundation or the results of applied research is to develop or improve materials of high power LED light especially high power LED flood light and other SSL with commercial value or devices or systems; (3) United States industry: accelerated to reduce costs and enhance the quality and consistency of the SSL technology particularly the high power LED flood light applied and innovated and improved.

DOE said the program will be able to support up to 10 or so of the project, the project application deadline is February 24, 2014. The National Energy Testing Laboratory will release more information about the program and project reporting on using the high power LED flood light and other SSL December 13.Surfing http://www.lead-lighting.com/products/sid125-1.htm,you’ll know more about the  high power LED flood light which is detailed SSL.

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