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Eco shift Power And Sun Industries Announce Extension Of Contract With Fortune 500 Big Box Retailer For Upgrading To Led Lighting
March 05, 2015
ECO SHIFT POWER CORP ("ECOP-0") - Eco-shift Power And Sun Industries Announce Extension Of Contract - With Fortune 500 Big Box Retailer For Upgrading To Led Lighting Eco-Shift Power, one of Canada's leading energy management and lighting firms, together with their wholly-owned subsidiary, Sun and Sun Industries Inc. ("Sun Industries") announce the extension of a contract with a Fortune 500 National Retailer undergoing a sustainable shift to highly efficient LED technologies. Sun Industries announced in November the award of a three year contract to conduct a national roll-out of audits and lighting retrofits for the National Retailer. This open contract, recently extended until January 31, 2020, means Sun Industries will be retrofitting roughly 110 stores each year for the next 5 years. This extension will increase the contract value to over Five million dollars [x5,000,000.00]. The value is made up of $500K this year followed by $1.5M each year for the following three years, leaving room for potential project extensions or further retrofits.

GE Redefines Lighting Category with GE Align(TM) Lighting, Aiding Natural Sleep Cycle
March 05, 2015
An estimated 50-70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep issues, according to the National Institute of Health. In honor of National Sleep Awareness Week, GE Lighting has developed a light bulb to help promote the body's natural sleep cycle; GE Align(TM) lighting is available on Amazon.com. "Aren't we all tuned to the good feelings on a bright and sunny day, or the feelings we have on a gloomy day? Light impacts not only our mood and wellness, but our ability to fall asleep," says Dr. Gary Allen, Physicist, LED Innovations Principal Engineer at GE Lighting. "By changing the timing, amount, spectral quality of light exposure, we can avoid disrupting the body's natural circadian rhythms."

Samsung Electronics Expands Digital Display Portfolio with YESCO Electronics Acquisition; Acquisition strengthens Samsung's entry into LED display market to meet growing market demand
March 05, 2015
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced its acquisition of Logan, Utah-based YESCO Electronics, LLC, a leading LED sign and display manufacturer with more than 2,000 installations across the U.S. and abroad. The acquisition reinforces Samsung's entry into the LED display market, extending the reach of the company's pioneering technologies and expertise beyond large-format displays (LFDs) using LCD panels, where the company has been the worldwide market leader for six consecutive years.1 YESCO Electronics was a subsidiary of the Young Electric Sign Company (YESCO), a privately-owned custom sign manufacturer.

Eco-Shift Power Corp. (OTCBB: ECOP) and Sun Industries Announce Extension of Contract With Fortune 500 Big Box Retailer for Upgrading to LED Lighting
March 05, 2015
Eco-Shift Power (OTCBB: ECOP), one of Canada's leading energy management and lighting firms, together with their wholly-owned subsidiary, Sun and Sun Industries Inc. ("Sun Industries") announce the extension of a contract with a Fortune 500 National Retailer undergoing a sustainable shift to highly efficient LED technologies. Sun Industries announced in November the award of a three year contract to conduct a national roll-out of audits and lighting retrofits for the National Retailer. This open contract, recently extended until January 31, 2020, means Sun Industries will be retrofitting roughly 110 stores each year for the next 5 years. This extension will increase the contract value to over Five million dollars [$5,000,000.00]. The value is made up of $500K this year followed by $1.5M each year for the following three years, leaving room for potential project extensions or further retrofits.

ROADS, LANES IN SATOK TO GET LED LIGHTING BEFORE YEAR-END
March 05, 2015
All roads and lanes at the Satok area in Kuching City will be installed with light emitting diode (LED) lighting before year-end.

Samsung Electronics Acquires US LED Sign Maker
March 05, 2015
MANAVIGATOR-March 5, 2015-Samsung Electronics Acquires US LED Sign Maker 5 March 2015 - South Korean electronics company Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has acquired US-based LED sign and display manufacturer Yesco Electronics, LLC, the company said on Thursday.

Access Fixtures launches bollard lights equipped with Samsung LED chips
March 04, 2015
New Delhi, March 4 -- Access Fixtures is launching new 15 W LED round flat as well as dome top bollard lights with aluminum cone reflectors having Samsung LED chips.

Sonys Project Morpheus VR headset will be launching in the first half of 2016
March 04, 2015
New Delhi, March 4 -- The Project Morpheus VR Headset Sony has revealed that its virtual reality system, the Project Morpheus VR headset, will be launching in the first half of 2016. Sony president, Shuhei Yoshida, made the announcement on the PlayStation Blog to kick off GDC 2015. The company unveiled its first prototype of the headset last year and the news has gotten virtual reality buffs hyped every since.

Conservation kits combined with consumer engagement drive efficiency
March 04, 2015
Energy and water efficiency kits have represented an established role in the energy efficiency arena since the 1990s and have proven to be a versatile and effective way to engage customers, according to research from AM Conservation Group and Illume Advising, which looked at the impact of energy and water efficiency product kits and the savings they offer to energy-efficiency portfolios throughout the country.

LG 65EC9700
February 23, 2015
Organic light-emitting diode (OLED) continues to be the most promising HDTVtechnology out there, and LG continues to be one of the few companies working on it. The LG 65EC9700 we testedand the 77EG9700arefollow-ups to the 55-inch 55EC9300, our Editors' Choice for high-end HDTVs last year. They're65- and 77-inch curved OLED HDTVs with one important upgrade besides the size: they're now an ultra-high-definition (UHD, or 4K) televisions instead of 1080p. They're sharp, come with loads of features, and thanks to its OLED panel produce a very impressive picture. Theonly issue is the price tag: You'll have to drop $11,999.99 to get the 65-inchHDTV in your home, and the 77-inch model is more than twice that at $24,999.99.


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