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There are challenges LED developers may not have thought of in 1999, but challenges that are slowly being met. Those challenges are still cost, brightness and comparability with traditional light bulbs. Some recent announcements show that there is progress.

Lighting Science Group (LSG), for example, has announced that not only has it dramatically increased its product lineup it has also increased LED light output and cut costs – by a half. By the last quarter of this year the company will be offering LED reflector lamps ranging from 20-watt equivalent up to 75-watt equivalent. Wattage consumption for those LED lamps will range from 5 to 18 watts.

LED Lighting: An Investment in Energy Savings | Green Energy News

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