Result from Tatung’s evaluation of LightLab’s new generation cathodes
The research and development company LightLab Sweden AB, which develops a new energy efficient lighting technology without mercury and other hazardous materials, and Tatung Co. of Taiwan announced on January 3, 2011 that Tatung during spring of 2011 would evaluate LightLab’s new generation cathodes, which are based on a patented nano structure of zinc oxide (ZnO).
This evaluation has been completed in March and shows that LightLab’s new generation cathodes have reached a performance level where they are ready for prototype production.
- ”LightLab’s cathode structure met our expectations on functionality” says Jason Lo, General Manager, FED Lab., Energy B.U. at Tatung Co.
Tatung is a significant Taiwanese industrial group with a strong and innovative environmental profile. The company is listed on the Taiwanese Stock Exchange and had net sales around NTD 30 billion in 2009. Tatung has an expressed ambition to participate in the production of future energy efficient light sources.
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LightLab Sweden AB (publ), www.lightlab.se, has developed an environmentally friendly energy-saving bulb for general lighting based on field emission and cathode luminescence. It is energy efficient and exhibits good values for colour balance and colour quality. The bulb does not contain any mercury, lead or other substances hazardous to the environment. Research is carried out in Gothenburg and laboratory production, testing and evaluation are carried out by a subsidiary in Taiwan, LightLab Asia. The technology behind the bulb is applicable in a host of other applications, each of which offers considerable potential. LightLab has over 4,000 shareholders. The company's shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX First North. The company’s certified adviser is Erik Penser Bankaktiebolag.