• Bright Light Systems Improves Light Quality and Saves Energy at Port of Seattle

    Plasma Luminaires the Solution for Night Work on Cruise Ships and Fishing Fleet

    Bright Light Systems, a leading manufacturer of Light Emitting Plasma (LEP) luminaires and wireless lighting controls, has announced the completion of a lighting upgrade project at the Port of Seattle Terminals 90 and 91. These terminals provide mooring for cruise ships as well as…
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  • BLS featured in this month's Products in Practice section in LD+A magazine!

    The massive piers that comprise the U.S. Naval Station in Everett, WA—think 1,620 ft long and 120 ft wide, each— have an equally large job to do. The structures host aircraft carriers such as the USS Nimitz during loading, unloading and servicing, 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The port’s previous lighting system, which utilized 1,000- W HPS lamps with magnetic ballasts, was falling…
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Bright Light Systems selected as one of 17 companies to participate in Energy Excelerator Program 2015


Energy Excelerator, an accelerator program for cleantech startups based in Hawaii, has picked its 2015 class of 17 companies, which will receive a total of $5 million in funding.

The program says its new cohort was selected from hundreds of companies in grid technologies, transportation, agriculture, water, energy efficiency, and… Read more...

  • Bright Light Systems Cuts Energy and Maintenance Costs at San Juan Airport

    Plasma Luminaires and Lighting Controls Combine for 80% Energy Savings

    Bright Light Systems, a leading manufacturer of Light Emitting Plasma (LEP) luminaires, LED luminaires and wireless lighting controls, today announced the completion of a lighting upgrade project at Marin International Airport in San Juan.

    As part of the airport expansion and…
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