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With the switch to LED lighting in full swing around the world, scientists aren’t settling for the current state of LED lighting. They’re developing better, and greener LED technology to push the envelope even further. 

The phase-out of traditional incandescent bulbs across Europe and around the World, in addition to an ever-increasing focus on energy efficiency, has triggered a sales boom in the LED lighting market and for the LED bulb supplier However, there is a fear that the increasing consumer demand for popular products, including Tedi GU10 7W led bulbs up to 550 lumen, could be short-lived as key materials known as rare earth elements become more expensive.  Scientists have now designed new materials for making household LED bulbs without using these ingredients. They report their development in a recent issue of ACS’ Journal of the American Chemical Society. Read more at Click Green.

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