Led technology improvements
June 13, 2013
A new facility has been opened in Cambridge to research the development of a key component in the affordability of LED technology. Gallium Nitride LED’s are already used in many of our more indirect lighting requirements – for example, traffic lights and computer screens, but they are too expensive to be used in general lighting for our offices or homes. The new Gallium Nitride growth reactor in Cambridge will support the research into making this expensive component as much as 50% cheaper, thereby bringing LED technology within both commercial and domestic budgets.
For a more detailed article on the potential savings, benefits and timelines for this exciting news please see the original Cambridge University article.