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|Subject: Re: 25% renewable energy by 2025||Date: 10/17/2012 9:59 AM|
|Author: Gingko100||Number: 122597 of 128073|
I'm not following you. LED's weren't even considered 20 years ago, let alone forced down our throats.
Yes, they were certainly around. I was designing with them 20 years ago, albeit in specialized applications. 10 to 15 years ago I remember all the same arguments about how cost ineffective they were and that no one was ever going to use them except a few tree-huggers with money to waste.
ALL my corporate clients use them
Really? That surprises me since very few businesses have anything but a few token LED's. But all your clients use only LED's?
You would be wrong in your assumption. They are widely used these days because of lifecycle costs, energy-efficiency and coloration. Every single one of my clients uses them for the vast majority of their sales floor lighting.
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