Cree pushes on with Commitment by offering LED Bulbs Habitat for Humanity
Cree continues their support for Habitat for Humanity’s home-building program by committing their LED bulbs for the homes.
Expanding upon its $1.5 million LED-lighting commitment to the Habitat for Humanity initiative, Cree will now be offering its new Cree LED Bulb to the noted home-building program. Since Cree’s commitment began back in 2010, more than 3000 homes constructed by Habitat for Humanity have used the company’s ENERGY STAR qualified CR6 downlights. “As part of our mission to drive 100% adoption of energy-efficient LED lighting, Cree’s goal has always been to deliver LED solutions that save energy and fundamentally improve the overall lighting environment,” stated Betty Noonan, Cree chief marketing officer. “The addition of the Cree LED Bulb portfolio to our collaboration further supports Habitat’s efforts to create affordable, sustainable homes, while enabling homeowners to greatly reduce their energy usage for decades without sacrificing the light quality.” The whole story at cleantechnica.com.