Energy-Efficient Berkeley Lamp Available Now
April 1, 2002
The "Berkeley Lamp," a new high-performance table lamp recently developed by DOE's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and manufactured by Light Corporation provides excellent task-ambient illumination while using less energy than conventional lighting. The new lamp's luminous output at full power is equivalent to a 300-watt halogen torchiere and a 150-watt incandescent table lamp combined, yet it uses only 25 percent of their power. The Berkeley Lamp is an energy saver in homes, and a great energy-efficient alternative in offices. This research and development project was funded by DOE's Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs, with additional support from the California Energy Commission.
For pricing, availability, and product orders, see www.lightcorp.com or www.lightcorp.com or http://lighting.lbl.gov/projects/table/table.html. For additional information, please contact Ron Lewis of DOE's Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs, at 202-586-8423, or Michael Siminovitch of LBNL at 510-486-5863 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Also see Berkeley Lab Scientists Develop Energy-Efficient Alternative for Home and Office Lighting," FEMP Focus, November 2001.