MIT: Incandescent Lamps May Become as Efficient as LED

mitNo, this no April Fool’s joke. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reported that three of its professors have developed a light-recycling filament technology that may result in incandescent lamps becoming as efficient as LED lamps. Lab research has already achieved a threefold improvement in incandescent lamp efficiency, with even greater potential.

Count me interested.

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5 Comments

  1. Please contact me at your earliest convenience. I have been a critic of the government for the ban of the incandescent lamp from the start. I am a well known expert in lighting. Please check my web site for credentials. I can be of assistance.

    Howard Brandston. FIES, Hon. FCIBSE & FSLL, FIALD

  2. Tom Haberkorn says:

    Would like to be included in future information. Thank you.

  3. Dawn De Grazio says:

    From the article, it sounds like GE’s HIR halogen lamps, which were developed more than a decade ago.

  4. Would like to be informed of future developments.Thanks

  5. Please keep me in the loop of information

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