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OSRAM SYLVANIA Reduces Emissions by 20 Percent in Five Years, Doubling its 2007 Pledge

Lighting Leader's Global Care Sustainability Initiative Drives Results for Company and Environment

Danvers, Mass. (August, 2012) - North American lighting leader OSRAM SYLVANIA announced today that it has reduced its corporate absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent over the past five years - doubling the commitment it made in 2007 when the company joined the US EPA Climate Leaders Partnership.

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Global Legislation to Phase-Out Incandescent Lamps

Energy Independence And Security Act of 2007 phases out inefficient incandescent lamps starting in 2010 and with 100W in 2012 and 60W & 40W in 2014

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Effects of Legislation on Lighting

2009 DOE IRL & GSFL Lamp Rule Making Becomes effective July 14, 2012, and covers many of the lamp families addressed by EPACT 1992

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The Company Surpasses 4.5 Million LED Bulb Manufacturing Milestone in 2011

Lighting Science Group Becomes North America's Largest Producer of LED Light Bulbs

SATELLITE BEACH, Fla., Jan. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Leading the LED lighting revolution, Lighting Science Group Corporation (OTCBB: LSCG), the world's premier LED lighting manufacturer, announced today that it produced 4.5 million light bulbs in 2011 - an increase of 450% when compared to 2010 numbers.

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