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U.S. DOE Selects Eaton for Research Grant to Develop Next Generation of Energy Efficient Lighting

Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton has received a $2.4 million research grant from the U.S. DOE. Eaton's research, slated for completion in 2015, will aim to improve the manufacturing speed of LED fixtures by three times over the typical rate, reduce LED light engine costs by five times and reduce assembly costs by approximately 50 percent. The grant was awarded to Eaton as part of larger $10 million DOE initiative. Work on the project will be conducted at Eaton's Research and Technology Center in Menomonee Falls, Wis. and by Eaton's Cooper Lighting R&D Center in Peachtree City, Ga. To learn more about the DOE's energy efficient lighting manufacturing awards, visit www.energy.gov/lighting