National LED Light Day - 2021-10-07
What is National LED Light Day?
LED Lights are a great, cheap way to light up a room. From strips of colored LED lights to energy-saving bulbs that save you money, there are so many types of LED lights. They are also environmentally friendly and have fewer emissions than regular light bulbs. LED technology, or light-emitting diodes, was first created in 1962, but the first LED light bulb was invented by three gentlemen, named Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakamura. The three went on to win a Nobel prize for their technological creation on October 7th, 2014. This National LED Light Day do your part and update your current lighting to LEDs to reduce your carbon footprint and encourage others to do the same. This is the perfect day to learn more about how this became an important scientific achievement for everyone, as well as create environmental awareness.
When is National LED Light Day?
National LED Light Day is celebrated on October 7th annually.
History of National LED Light Day
Founded by Bridgelux in 2016, National LED Light Day was previously celebrated in May and was later changed to October 7th to coincide with the anniversary of the winning of the Nobel prize.
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