LED
NGLIA SSL Technology Trends Workshop
Join NGLIA on November 9 in Portland, OR for the SSL Technology Trends Workshop. This one-day event follows the DOE SSL Technology R&D Workshop on November 8, and registration is free for those attending the DOE workshop.
Read more...

Current NGLIA members

Acuity BrandsCorning CreeEye LightingGELumiledsSylvaniaPhilips Universal Display Corporation
Technology Trends Workshop
Join NGLIA on November 9 in Portland, OR for the SSL Technology Trends Workshop. This one-day event follows the DOE SSL Technology R&D Workshop on November 8, and registration is free for those attending the DOE workshop.
Read more...
Be A Member
Interested in
becoming a
member?
Find out
about Alliance
activities
and benefits of
membership
business man
Read more...
Purpose And Mission
The Next Generation Lighting Industry Alliance (NGLIA)was formed in 2003 to foster industry-government partnership to accelerate the technical foundation and commercialization of high performance solid state lighting systems.

The Alliance was designated in 2005 as its "industry partner" by the U.S. Department of Energy for the Solid State Lighting (SSL) program. The SSL Program leverages federal funding for research, development and conduct demonstration activities on advanced solid state white lighting technologies based on inorganic and organic light emitting diodes (LEDs and OLEDs).

Scope of Activities
The physical behaviors exhibited by solid state materials are substantially different from traditional lighting technologies. NGLIA promotes the understanding, implementation, and adoption of semiconductor-based light sources in specialty and general lighting systems.

The solid state lighting industry is tasked not only with integrating solid state light sources in existing lighting practices, but also, and more importantly, the creation of new standards and practices to fully exploit the potential of LED and OLED technologies.Read more...