LED lights have carved a niche in the Indian lighting market owing to several advantages over conventional lighting, but what is the future? - By Supriya A Oundhakar, Associate Editor
The LED will move forward and within lighting technology, make an important contribution to energy conservation and conventional light sources will survive in small niches. - Anil Valia, Gulab Jha
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