Five LED Bulbs to Replace IncandescentsKatie Fehrenbacher
Eventually 80% to 90% of lighting will convert to light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, says Warner Philips, co-founder of LED startup Lemnis Lighting and great-grandson of the man who founded Dutch lighting giant Philips (PHG). But based on where the market stands now, it could take a couple decades before LEDs achieve that level of dominance.
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