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2014 30 Under 35 Profile: Kristine Gough
Learn more about our 2014 class of 30 Under 35 honorees. Kristine Gough is 31 years old and is the Purchasing International Supply Chain Manager at EverLast Lighting.
Hubbell Lighting Enhances Outdoor Lighting At Dealerships
Hubbell Lighting announced today that two of its brands, Spaulding Lighting and Beacon Products, have introduced new optical packages specifically designed for dealerships.
The Sistine Chapel Flipped the Switch Yesterday
Famous works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Perugino and others are now fully illuminated by the Sistine Chapel's brighter, cooler LED lighting, installed by Osram.
Appleton Expands the Mercmaster LED Luminaire Series
Equivalent to 350W to 400W HPS or PSMH, new luminiaires deliver longer life, better energy-efficiency, lowered maintenance and excellent light quality.
Maine Ski Area Going Solar
A Maine skiing area will soon unveil 803 solar-electric panels it says will offset 70 percent of its electricity use.
Siemens Secures Order for Armow Wind Power Project
Siemens Canada will supply, install and commission wind turbines for Samsung and Pattern Development. Joint venture demonstrates success of Ontario's green energy economy.
MaxLite Donates Lighting Products to Local Habitat for Humanity ReStore
In celebration of the grand opening of its new facility in Anaheim, MaxLite has donated $14,000 worth of energy-efficient lighting products to the Habitat for Humanity of Orange County Anaheim ReStore.
AP: 10 Things to Know Today
Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Thursday, October 30 including debate over forcing potential Ebola patients into quarantine spreads to more states, control of the Senate could fall into the hands of two men, the Sistine Chapel looks brighter thanks to LED lighting, and Samsung admits its mistakes while falling behind in the cell phone market. Read more...