Gap, Inc Corporate Headquarters – Case Study – NEXT Lighting

February 10th, 2016

Gap, Inc. cooperated with PG&E, Daintree Networks and NEXT Lighting in a study of Solid State Lighting and wireless lighting controls. Gap sought to save energy, increase light quality and include advanced lighting controls to improve the performance of it’s corporate HQ and parking structures.  Read more…

GSA Veterans Affairs – Case Study – Philadelphia, PA

February 9th, 2016

Following the GSA’s Green Proving Ground Study, VA Selected NEXT Lighting to retrofit its Philadelphia administrative campus.
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Car Wash Palace – Case Study – NEXT Lighting Corp

February 8th, 2016

Car Wash Palace updated the look, profitability and safety of its Puget Sound locations.
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Starbucks World Headquarters – Case Study – February 2016

February 4th, 2016

Starbucks Coffee Company retrofit its entire world headquarters building, Starbucks Center in Seattle, WA.
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NEXT Lighting Selected for GSA’s Green Proving Ground Program

October 2nd, 2014

NEXT Lighting pleased to announce the inclusion of the NEXTLamp™ in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Green Proving Ground (GPG) program. See NEWS for the whole story…

The Seattle Times: LED Lighting Firm Is VC Effort’s First Recruit

September 24th, 2014

 A young company that makes solid-state LED lighting to replace traditional fluorescent tubes has moved here after landing more than $1 million from a new local venture-capital fund.  NEXT Lighting created an LED lamp with lighting controls that can be retrofitted into current fixtures… See NEWS for full story

Puget Sound Business Journal – Let There Be (LED) Light

September 24th, 2014

Let There Be (LED) Light: Company opens facilities in Seattle, Woodinville.

Nitze-Stagen Capital Partners on Monday announced it has completed early-stage financing for a lighting company that is moving its manufacturing operations to Woodinville and opening an office in Seattle.

Washington Manufacturing Alert

September 24th, 2014

Venture Capital Firm Taps Its Expertise For Products To Make Better Buildings
The Nitze-Stagen name is well known in the Puget Sound region for its commercial real estate development projects: Union Station in Seattle. Conversion of the giant Sears distribution center in Sodo into Starbucks’ corporate headquarters. Renovation and expansion of the Frye Art Museum.
Now that name is making headlines in what, at first glance, looks to be an entirely different business line…

Electrical Power Options for Linear Replacement Lamps

May 29th, 2014

Lighting News – 06/03/2014 – There are more than 6 billion fluorescent sockets in the world, and the cost and efficiency of LEDs have improved to the point that it is now economically sensible to replace those tubes–and their accompanying ballasts–with an LED-based lighting solution. See NEWS for full article…

Different by Design: NEXT Lighting Evolves it’s NEXTLamp Linear Retrofit Lamps

May 29th, 2014

Lighting News – 06/03/2014 – NEXT Lighting continues to evolve its NEXTLamp and NEXTDriver for linear retrofit installations and is has launched its new line of products. See NEWS for full article…