Company Overview of GE Lighting, LLC
GE Lighting, LLC provides lighting products for commercial and residential purpose. It offers light bulbs for general purpose, decorative, track and recessed, fluorescent, outdoor, and automotive applications. The company also provides home and security products, such as lanterns and touchlights, lighting fixtures, under cabinet fixtures, nightlights and switch plates, timers and cords, computer and electronic accessories, remote control lighting, security devices, wireless convenience products, and time and temperature products. GE Lighting, LLC was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Cleveland, Ohio. GE Lighting, LLC operates as a subsidiary of GE Consumer & Industrial.
1975 Noble Road
Cleveland, OH 44112
Founded in 2000
Key Executives for GE Lighting, LLC
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GE Lighting, LLC Key Developments
Xcel Energy Testing GE LED Street Lighting in Minnesota for Eight-State Service Area
May 17 13
GE's new Evolve™ LED Scalable Cobrahead lighting fixtures have been installed by Xcel Energy in the city of West St. Paul, Minn., as part of a utility-initiated implementation of LED street lights. Xcel Energy will monitor performance of the new lights for two years and use the data to develop an LED program for every state in its service area: Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin. The utility maintains approximately 500,000 Xcel Energy and customer-owned street lights in all eight states. Xcel Energy has changed 530 high-pressure sodium (100-, 150- and 250-watt) fixtures in West St. Paul to GE's LED street lights. Data collected during the testing will help the utility decide what sort of LED lighting products provide the most benefit to customers, how to price LED rate options, how much maintenance is required and how frequently it should be performed. It also will document customers' perception of the LED fixtures. Xcel Energy has installed GE's Evolve™ Cobrahead fixtures in West St. Paul, Minn., in a pilot project to measure the performance of LED street lighting. In the meantime, West St. Paul will continue to pay its current street light service rate. Xcel Energy funded the $200,000 cost to install the fixtures, completed in January 2013.
GE Lighting Announces LED Lighting Advances Las Vegas Sands' Meeting Program
May 2 13
GE Lighting, LLC announced that its new GE LED lighting is helping Las Vegas Sands Corp. take another key step toward curbing environmental impact at its leading resort and meeting properties. As part of its Sands ECO 360(o) Green Meetings program, Las Vegas Sands has completed an expansive energy-efficient LED lighting upgrade to its meeting spaces at The Venetian|The Palazzo Las Vegas. GE's new LED lighting in meeting rooms will save more than $400,000 a year that can be applied to other initiatives demonstrating Las Vegas Sands' environmental commitment. Halogen bulbs in The Venetian|The Palazzo meeting rooms were replaced with more than 5,700 energy smart(R) BR30 LED lamps. This will reduce the resort's annual electricity use by nearly 4.1 million kilowatt hours (kWh), saving more than $400,000 in annual lighting costs that can be applied to other initiatives demonstrating Las Vegas Sands' environmental commitment. The move to GE's energy-efficient LED lighting solution further enhances Las Vegas Sands' comprehensive Sands ECO 360degGlobal Sustainability program that features an array of best practices in four integral areas--green buildings, environmentally responsible operations, green meetings, and stakeholder engagement.
GE Lighting, LLC Offers Albeo ABHX-Series LED High Bay Lighting Fixture
Apr 24 13
GE Lighting, LLC offering an energy-efficient lighting solution for warehouses, industrial spaces and other commercial settings with high ceilings, GE’s new Albeo ABHX-Series LED High Bay Lighting fixture provides bright, long-lasting light with cost-saving advantages. GE’s Albeo LED high bay lighting meets a growing demand. The Energy Information Association indicates more than 10 billion square feet of warehouse space exists in the United States. The ABHX-Series LED lighting fixture, a product of GE Lighting’s recent acquisition of Albeo Technologies, can replace a range of legacy high bay lighting systems—250-watt to 1500-watt high-intensity discharge (HID) and four- to eight-lamp T5/T8 high-intensity fluorescent lighting, which burn out after 20,000-30,000 hours, creating a total failure of the lighting mechanism Because LEDs dim over time, lifetimes are based on the number of hours the fixtures produce at least 70% of the initial light output, referred to as L70. The Albeo ABHX-Series’ life is rated for 100,000 hours at L70, significantly diminishing maintenance needs in areas that are difficult to reach and where swapping bulbs often requires special equipment and trained personnel.
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