LED AS AN INVESTMENT

Much has been made the impact of LED lighting on the environment.  But perhaps not enough has been made about the impact of LED lighting on your pocketbook: http://slate.me/1AwaU5M As this article in Slate points out, investing in LED is an investment that will pay off: “Take a 100,000 square-foot building with an annual lighting
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LIGHTING THE WAY FOR SHIPS (OR AT LEAST SHIP BUILDERS)

Here on the Kobi blog, we’ve talked about the inroads that LED lighting is making with sports teams and sporting events.  But LED lighting is also making inroads with traditional manufacturing: http://bit.ly/1BhwNFJ As this article notes, Vigor, the Portland-based ship building and repair company, is investing in LED lighting.  But note why the company is
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GAME TIME FOR LED

What does the NFL have in common with LED lighting?  More than you might think. This week, the Kobi Electric team is at the Dallas Build Expo talking to distributors about our LED lighting services. But as we pointed out on the blog yesterday, it’s not just construction industry folks who are paying attention to
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KOBI AT DALLAS BUILD EXPO

This week, our Kobi Electric team will be taking part in the Dallas Build Expo: http://buildexpousa.com/Dallas_WhyExhibit.html This is a gathering of our region’s top leaders in the residential and construction industries. For two days, ideas will be discussed, seminars conducted and products reviewed. The Kobi team will be set up at booth 615.  At our booth, we won’t
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We've Got a New Look at Kobi Electric

Over the past few months, you may have noticed a change in our logos and branding. We’ve been working diligently to roll out new material that keep our products and information relevant to you and your customers. We’re happy to say that we’re ready to present it to you. The first thing you’ve noticed is a
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T8 Tubes

LED TUBES: A Fluorescent Alternative

Today, LED lighting technology is evolving at a break-neck pace compared to other lighting technologies.  During and following WWII, Fluorescent lighting began to overtake incandescent as the most prolific electric light source in America.  And over the following decades, fluorescents gradually improved in light output and color rendering.  LED technology on the other hand, though
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