A More Secure Universally adaptable Light & Energy Distribution System For all Lighting Environments!

Panelens™ and it's board of directors understand that energy related fields and products, at this time in our history has staggering demands. With populations expanding, the conservation of energy needed from conventional sources, as well as renewable energy sources is critical to meet the growing demand.

Panelens™ patented technology establishes universal connectivity to multiple energy sources of electric or non electric means. Panelens™ commonly utilizes remote source light and energy distribution, which allows for a central source or sources of light and energy.

Panelens™ is able to distribute not only "light energy", it can also function as well as a fluid drive system for HVAC, distributing hot or cold air, cleaning ventilation systems or microbial and bacterial contamination with UV and/or other liquid fluid solutions. 

Panelens™ is a structurally advanced, self supportive light system that can adapt to any other light source. Panelens™ technology will redefine traditional electric lighting and eliminate most safety hazards that exist with traditional lighting. Panelens™ reduces glare and energy costs significantly in every lighting sector. Panelens™ green technology can be adapted to any size, shape, color, while supporting clean environmental applications.


Source: Energy Information Administration / Annual Energy Outlook 2008, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Lighting Market Sourcebook for the US for number of fixtures; DOE’s U.S. Lighting Market Characterization Volume I: National Lighting Inventory and Energy Consumption Estimate for number of bulbs.


Source: Energy Information Administration / Annual Energy Outlook 2008, Wattage difference: 47 W (60 W incandescent = 13 W CFL); 6,000 hr lifetime, emissions factor = 1.45 pounds CO2/kWh, Coal emissions = 2.14 pounds CO2/pound coal


Average Number of Lamps per Building and Total Lamps, 2001

Technologies

Residential

Commercial

Industrial

Total Lamps in US

Percent of Lamps

Incandescent

40

91

33

4,397,000,000

63%

Fluorescent

6

324

1,340

2,473,000,000

35%

HID

0.04

7

67

105,357,000

2%

Solid State

-

0.4

0.3

1,840,000

0.03%

Total

45

422

1,440

6,977,197,000

100%

Number of Buildings

106,989,000

4,657,000

227,000

n/a

n/a

Note the dominance of incandescent lighting in the residential sector, and fluorescent in the commercial and industrial sectors. Of the 7 billion lamps in the United States, incandescent constitutes the most common light source (63%) by sheer number of installations; however as was shown above, incandescent contributes the least amount of light to the national annual lumen demand.