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Care Technology recognized by U.S. DOE

Care Technology LLC, a manufacturer of linear LED lighting and fluorescent retrofits, has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy in its 2013 LED Lighting Facts Special Recognition program. More

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Care Technology recognized by U.S. DOE

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LINCOLN – Care Technology LLC, a manufacturer of linear LED lighting and fluorescent retrofits, has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy in its 2013 LED Lighting Facts Special Recognition program.

The Department of Energy selects organization and companies for special recognition every year during its annual Market Introduction Workshop to improve the quality of LED lighting products. In 2013, 18 organizations were recognized for their support of the department’s LED Lighting Facts program and the LED lighting industry as a whole.

Last month, Care Technology took first prize in the inaugural Get Started Rhode Island business plan pitch competition, sponsored by Cox Business, Inc. magazine and Providence Business News.

Care Technology was the only Rhode Island company to receive U.S. Department of Energy recognition. The other companies and organizations honored in the 2013 LED Lighting Facts Special Recognition program were:

  • California Investor-Owned Utilities.

  • Canada GL Lighting Technology Inc.

  • Cordelia Lighting Inc.

  • Cree Inc.

  • Energy Trust of Oregon.

  • Gamma Scientific.

  • InnoGreen USA LLC.

  • Kenall Lighting.

  • Lowe's Companies.

  • Northeast Energy Efficient Partnerships.

  • Philips.

  • Priority Lighting.

  • Spring City Electrical.

  • Switch Lighting Co.

  • The Home Depot.

  • W.W. Grainger.

Care Technology LLC, U.S. Department of Energy

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