Boca Raton, FL.–(BUSINESS WIRE) Green Lumens® LLC announced today the relocation of its corporate headquarters and research and development facility to the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University.
Green Lumens® is a designer and OEM manufacturer of high reliability commercial and industrial LED lighting products, providing turnkey retrofit solutions for property owners to reduce energy consumption and operating expenses, while benefiting the environment. The company’s latest breakthroughs in LED technology have been featured on Discovery Channel’s “Innovations” as well as episodes of “Innovations with Ed Begley Jr.”
“We selected the Research Park because of its synergy with FAU,” said Neil Glachman, founder & chairman of Green Lumens. “The Park’s high tech focus puts us right in the middle of a hotbed of talented companies and resources not available anywhere else in the area. We are eager to work with FAU faculty on joint development projects, and we’re planning to establish a formal internship program for FAU students that will identify candidates who can become full time employees upon graduation.”
Andrew Duffell, president and CEO of the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University, has seen significant growth in the Park from technology companies. “Businesses in the Research Park find our unique relationship with FAU to be a distinct advantage,” said Duffell. “In addition to being the only established university research park in South Florida, we also have a high concentration of on-site investment capital and business infrastructure organizations.”
About Green Lumens:
Green Lumens LLC is an OEM Manufacturer of LED lighting products, providing a turnkey “Value Proposition” reducing operating expenses while benefitting the environment. Green Lumens® energy efficient LED lighting products are designed for safety, efficacy, and fiscal responsibility. We assist our clients in identifying and executing projects that improve cash flow, capture federal state and local incentives (where available), all while supporting corporate responsibility by reducing their overall carbon footprint.
About the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University:
Established in 1985, the 94-acre Research Park at Florida Atlantic University (www.research-park.org) is home to 24 high tech, high wage companies and 5 support organizations. In addition, the Research Park at Florida Atlantic University operates the premier Technology Business Incubator (TBI) in our region. The TBI is home to the New World Angels, a structured angel investor group and the Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research, a clearing house for Florida’s technology transfer offices and other publicly funded research institutes.
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