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Lighting Science Group Europe, located in Middelburg, Netherlands is searching in Europe for national sales agents to help win major projects and develop new re-seller channels for LED solutions.

We are seeking highly motivated agents to promote our different SSL based product ranges. Our target markets are petrol forecourt, warehouse industry and infrastructure. If you have strong prospective skills, presentation skills, and closing skills with a strong network within the indicated target markets, please contact Jeroen_dot_DeJonge_at_lsgc_dot_com.


“Lighting Science Group recognizes the importance of expression through light and has embraced a leadership role in new technology to explore possibilities.” – Team FIU

Lighting Science Group is a proud sponsor of the Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011. Sustainability is no longer the future, it’s real. It’s now. Join us in supporting our sponsored collegiate teams as they compete to design, build and operate affordable, solar-powered houses during the Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011. As LSG revolutionizes the science of light producing lighting products that deliver on the promise of LED technology, sponsored teams will have a chance to further increase their house’s efficiency and lower their costs while demonstrating that sustainability in the home is within our grasp.

Schedule for event
Public Exhibit Hours
September 23 – October 2
Monday – Friday 10am – 2pm
Saturday – Sunday 10am – 5:30pm

Consumer Workshop Presented by Fred Maxik
Sunday, September 25 at 4pm

National Mall, West Potomac Park
Washington DC

A couple of weeks ago, a writer from the New York Times visited us here in Florida.  While the full version of the article has not made it to print quite yet, Leslie Kaufman (writer for the Green section of the New York Times blog) was kind enough to post a short article.  You can find it on her blog here… LED Bulb Edges Below $20 – Green Blog.


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