Cree to Light up the World's First All LED Habitat for Humanity house
Aug 10, 2010
Cree partnerships with Habitat for Humanity of Durham to light up the construction on the world's first Habitat for Humanity house with its newest LED downlight, the CR6 downlight and other LED products.
It's said that, compared with traditional lighting, the LED lighting in this house is projected to save approximately $250 worth of electricity costs per year .
The LED lighting in the new Durham home, located at 1015 Moreland Avenue, is part of Cree's previously announced three-year, $1.5 million pledge to provide its high-efficiency LED downlights for all new Habitat homes built in the U.S. The house is expected to be completed by October 2010.
Durham-based LED manufacturer Cree is sponsoring the construction of this home, with Cree employees assisting as volunteers on the project.
Author: BIO T&T
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