Using ultraviolet light for disinfecting has been around for decades. But people are taking a new look as they fight the COVID-19 pandemic, and think about the future of disinfecting, work environments and public health.
We’ve been exploring this technology as it intersects with LED lighting, which could provide a more efficient and less expensive vehicle for the UVC rays.
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Thanks to everyone who joined us Tuesday for our UV-C Lighting Webinar. In case you missed it — no problem.We’ve posted a free replay.
In this 20-minute webinar, we cover the basics of how UV-C lighting is used and dive into some of the applications to pay attention to, especially regarding the battle against coronaviruses.
UV-C lighting will play a big part in assisting building owners and managers with providing a safe and healthy work environment and contribute to re-opening our economy effectively and safely getting people back to work.
COAL TURNING POINT:For the first time in more than 130 years (pictured above), renewable energy has “toppled coal in energy generation in the United States. ... Not since wood was the main source of American energy in the 19th century has a renewable resource been used more heavily than coal, but2019 saw a historic reversal.”
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