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Alternative LED Lighting Combats Energy Crisis

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Image of a dining room of a Denny's restaurant illuminated with Cree LR6 LED downlights.

Cree LR6 LED downlights illuminate the dining room of a Denny's restaurant in Colorado Springs, Colo. A Denny's franchisee installed more than 400 LR6 downlights in the dining rooms of his five area restaurants, cutting approximately $15,500 per year in energy costs.

Credit: Cree, Inc.


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Image of Cree's CR6 LED Eneergy Star certified downlight.

Cree's CR6 LED Energy Star-certified downlight powered by Cree TrueWhite technology.

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