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Cooledge Lighting Wins Product Innovation Award

BURNABY, BC--(Marketwired - June 06, 2014) - Cooledge Lighting, Inc, is pleased to announce that its innovative light sheet products have won the BC Technology Impact Award for Excellence in Product Innovation.

Since 1994 the BC Technology Impact Awards (TIAs) have been awarded annually to recognize outstanding achievement in the technology industry in British Columbia. The Excellence in Product Innovation Award acknowledges a unique solution or product that clearly demonstrates an alternative solution or a next-stage development in technology.

Wade Sheen, CEO of Cooledge, states that "Cooledge has received a number of awards within the lighting industry for our light sheet products and it is a tremendous accomplishment for our team to receive recognition locally for products that we believe are going to change the lighting industry."

About Cooledge Lighting Inc.

Cooledge Lighting develops and manufactures lighting products based on a unique and transformative technology known as light sheet which incorporates LEDs into a flexible distributed light source that has the potential to fundamentally change the way lighting is integrated into the built environment.

Founded in May 2009, the company has developed a significant intellectual property portfolio that includes patents covering the core underlying technologies and their application into innovative products and has built a highly skilled and experienced team that includes several pioneers in field of LED lighting.

For more information please visit www.cooledgelighting.com

Corporate Office:
Cooledge Lighting
Unit 1 - 3751 North Fraser Way
Burnaby, British Columbia
Canada V5J 5G4
Ph: 604.682.2665

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