Fuel for Thought – Lime Energy Links for October

We’ve gathered some of the latest industry news for you. This Halloween, energy efficiency doesn’t have to be scary or spooky. With these energy links for October, stories from North Carolina, Texas, and New Jersey show that efficiency is more treat than trick.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 10.27.17

LED History Lesson, Part 4: The LED Growth Spike

  One hundred ten years ago, a British inventor created the first ever light-emitting diode (LED). To mark the anniversary of this discovery, we are running a series highlighting the evolution and everyday uses of LEDs. This week, in the last of four posts, we examine the rapid spike of the LED growth curve.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 10.19.17

LED History Lesson, Part 3: The Many Consumer Applications for LEDs

One hundred ten years ago, a British inventor created the first ever light-emitting diode (LED). To mark the anniversary of this discovery, we are running a series highlighting the evolution and everyday uses of LEDs. This week, in the third of four posts, we examine the many consumer applications for LEDs

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 10.02.17

LED History Lesson, Part 2: Expansion of the LED Spectrum

One hundred ten years ago, a British inventor created the first ever light-emitting diode (LED). To mark the anniversary of this discovery, we are running a series highlighting the evolution and everyday uses of LEDs. This week, in the second of four posts, we examine the expansion of the LED spectrum.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 09.22.17

LED History Lesson, Part 1: The LED Origin Story

One hundred ten years ago, a British inventor created the first ever light-emitting diode (LED). To mark the anniversary of this discovery, we are running a series highlighting the evolution and everyday uses of LEDs. This week, in the first of four posts, we examine the LED origin story.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 09.12.17

The Energy Assessment: A Painless First Step to Unlocking Your Energy Savings

Curious about your facility’s energy savings potential? Begin with a quick visit from one of Lime Energy’s Energy Service Representatives. They will identify energy efficiency opportunities in your building and explain how you can save with a few simple upgrades. Best of all, the energy assessment is free and requires no commitment.

Posted by Matthew Kahn on 03.30.17

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