Appendix C:
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Partnership for Solid-State Lighting: Report of a Workshop Appendix C: Bibliography Barbara Atkinson, Andrea Denver, James E. McMahon, Leslie Shown, and Robert Clear. 1995. “Energy-efficient lighting technologies and their applications in the commercial and residential sectors.” in the CRC Handbook of Energy Efficiency. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Campbell, C.J. 1994. Perceptions of Compact Fluorescent Lamps in the Residential Market: Update 1994. Palo Alto, CA: Electric Power Research Institute. TR-104807. November. Christensen, Clayton, Thomas Craig, and Stuart Hart. 2001. “The Great Disruption.” Foreign Affairs. 80(2). Craford, M. George. 2000. “Visible light-emitting diodes: Past, present, and very bright future.” MRS Bulletin. Vol. 25 : No. 10. Craford, M. George, Nick Holonyak, Jr., and Frederick A. Kish, Jr. 2001. “In Pursuit of the Ultimate Lamp,” Scientific American February 2001, p. 63. David, Paul A. 1987. “The Hero and the Herd in Technological History: Reflections on Thomas Edison and the Battle of the Systems.” Stanford Center for Economic Policy Research Discussion Paper 100. July. Drennen, Thomas, Roland Haitz, and Jeffrey Tsao. 2000. “A Market Diffusion and Energy Impact Model for Solid-state Lighting.” Presented at the 21st Annual North American Conference of the U.S. Association of Energy Economics and International Association for Energy Economics. Philadelphia, PA. October 31. Duggal, Anil and Steven Duclos. 2001. “Lighting Opportunities for Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) Technology.” Niskayuna, N.Y.: GE Corporate Research and Development. March 4. Grindley, Peter, David C. Mowery, and Brian Silverman. 1994. “SEMATECH and Collaborative Research: Lessons in the Design of High-Technology Consortia.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management. 13(4). Fall. Johnson, Steve. 2000. “The Solid State Lighting Initiative: An Industry/DOE Collaborative Effort.” Architectural Lighting. Nov./Dec. Johnstone, Bob. 1999. “Bright Idea.” Forbes. Sept 6. Kendall, Mark and Michael Scholand. 2001. “Energy savings potential of solid state lighting in general lighting applications.” Arthur D. Little, Inc. Arlington, VA for the U.S. Department of Energy (Building Technology, State and Community Programs, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy). April.

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