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Table of Contents
                            Transformations in Lighting
	TABLE OF CONTENTS
	LIST OF FIGURES
	1. Introduction
	2. Strategies for “Transformations in Lighting”
		2.1 Welcome
		2.2 What Customers Want from LEDs
	3. SSL Technology Demonstrations
		3.1 Navigating the SSL Technology Learning Curve
		3.2 Street Lights of San Francisco: Project Overview
		3.3 Refining Products for Marketability
		3.4 LEDs Head for the Homefront
		3.5 Tour of LED Street Light Installations
	4. DOE SSL Studies: Technology Development and Commercialization and Life Cycle Assessment
		4.1 SSL Technology Development and Commercialization in the Global Context
		4.2 Life Cycle Assessment of Solid-State Lighting Applications
	5. Defining Quality SSL Products
		5.1 DOE ENERGY STAR® SSL Products on the Market
		5.2 Identifying Quality Through Product Testing
		5.3 Join the DOE SSL Quality Advocates
		5.4 L Prize™ Competition Update
	6. DOE Solid-State Lighting Research and Development
		6.1 DOE SSL R&D Program Update
		6.2 Reports on Selected DOE-Funded R&D Projects (Invited Talks)
		6.3 Poster Session for All DOE-Funded R&D Projects
		6.4 A Fresh Look at Priorities—Updates to the DOE SSL R&D Roadmap
		6.5 SSL Workshop—Breakout Group Discussions
	7. Designing SSL for Market
		7.1 What Architects and Designers Want from SSL
		7.2 Panel 3: Recognizing Quality in the Marketplace
		7.3 Lighting for Tomorrow Winner—Design Pro SeriesTM LED Cabinet Lighting
		7.4 Lighting for Tomorrow Winner—LR4 Recessed Downlights
		7.5 Lighting for Tomorrow Winner—CylindriumTM LED Desk/Task Light
	8. Next Steps
		8.1 Market Introduction Activities
	9. Appendices
		APPENDIX A: Workshop Attendee List
		APPENDIX B: LED/OLED Breakout Session Workshop Materials
		APPENDIX C: Breakout Group Discussions
		APPENDIX D: DOE SSL Program Fact Sheets
                        
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Lighting Research and Development �
Building Technologies Program �

Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy �
U.S. Department of Energy �

May 2009

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DISCLAIMER �

This report was prepared as an account of work sponsored by an agency of the United States
Government. Neither the United States Government, nor any agency thereof, nor any of their
employees, nor any of their contractors, subcontractors, or their employees, makes any warranty,
express or implied, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness,
or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its
use would not infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial
product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not
necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United
States Government or any agency contractor or subcontractor thereof. The views and opinions of
authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United Sates Government
or any agency thereof.

COPIES OF THIS REPORT

Electronic (PDF) copies of this report are available to the public from:

U.S. Department of Energy
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Building Technologies Program
Solid-State Lighting Research and Development Portfolio
www.ssl.energy.gov

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LED Tasks – Technology View

Appendix B 76

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Program Partners Leverage Know-How
and Market Pull

Partners are key to the success of the L Prize competition. Utilities
and energy efficiency programs from coast to coast have joined
the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to promote super-efficient,
solid-state lighting products to replace today’s most common light
bulbs. L Prize partners assist DOE in evaluating potential L Prize
products through field assessments and provide ready-made
markets for winning products.

New technologies are almost always more expensive when first
brought to market, due to low volumes and high development
costs. By joining together to represent significant demand, the
U.S. government and L Prize partners drive sales volumes up and
prices down far more quickly than would otherwise be possible.

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L Prize Product Evaluation
Products entering the L Prize competition are evaluated in a multi-step process designed to
provide a high level of confidence in their performance and energy efficiency. Photometric and
electrical testing of proposed products is conducted by independent laboratories, such as those
participating in the DOE CALiPER test program.

Program partners play a critical role in the evaluation process by conducting field assessments of
proposed products. Field assessments use criteria established by the DOE GATEWAY
demonstration program and include:

Installation in host customer facilities, such as homes, commercial spaces, or outdoor
locations.

Installation in utility technology demonstration facilities.

Focus group testing with retailers, builders, and/or consumers.

L Prize field assessments:

Evaluate energy use of the products when installed in-situ.

Characterize the lighting system performance as compared to the
existing technology.


Evaluate reliability and customer acceptance of the products during

the test period.


Evaluate criteria for cost-effective deployment through an energy

efficiency program.


Field assessment results provide valuable input for the ultimate selection of winners.

L Prize Product Promotion
Program partners play an important role in promoting and developing markets for the winning
L Prize products. A large amount of quantitative and qualitative data is available to support
promotion of the winning products via:

Product incentives paid directly to manufacturers or to consumers

Collaborative marketing and promotion

Partnerships with local, regional, and/or national retailers

Demonstrations and promotions with local homebuilders, commercial developers,
hospitality chains, local governments, schools, universities, etc.

Join Us
For more information on becoming a program partner, contact [email protected]

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