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Published on April 6th, 2012 | by Elizabeth Smyth

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Survey Shows Energy Efficient Lighting Industry Continues to Grow

April 6th, 2012 by  

The energy efficient lighting industry is growing strong, according to a survey by Precision Paragon [P2], an energy efficient commercial lighting manufacturer. The Energy Efficient Lighting Industry survey was distributed to more than 2,900 lighting professionals in the U.S.

Of those who responded to the survey, 69% either met or exceeded their revenue expectations in 2011, and over 80% predicted more opportunities for growth in 2012, both for the industry and for their individual companies.

The survey also finds that LED lighting is growing in popularity. Respondents estimate that 22% of the fixtures they install will be LED-based, up 9% from last year. However, 84% of survey respondents say linear fluorescent will continue be the dominant technology in commercial relighting projects this year.

Read the 2011 Energy Efficient Lighting Industry Survey for the full results.

–> Also recommended for you: Energy-efficient Lighting Market in Europe to 2020 – LEDs Emerge as Key Growth Sector due to Price Discounting and Phosphor Shortages Restricting CFL Production

 
 
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is a writer for Precision Paragon, an energy efficient commercial lighting manufacturer and a leading source for lighting retrofit solutions.



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