We're so excited to announce that Good Earth Lighting has won 2 awards in the 2021 Integrated Home Competition. We are a Product Winner for our Smart LED Security Light and an Honorable Mention for our 24-ft Indoor/Outdoor Smart LED Strip Light Kit! In 2021, the competition evaluated 39 entries in residential connected lighting, lighting controls, ceiling fans, plug load controls, space heating and cooling (HVAC), thermostats, water heaters, pool pumps, window attachments, and other connected home devices that successfully deliver a positive consumer experience, energy management, and grid benefit.
Smart LED Security Light: Winner
The judges particularly appreciated the flexibility our smart light offers via multiple mounting options and wide range of motion of the lights and sensor. The functionality and app controls seemed well suited for this product type, they noted.
24-ft Indoor/Outdoor Smart LED Strip Light Kit: Honorable Mention
The judges found the 24-ft Indoor/Outdoor Smart LED Strip Light Kit to be the easiest Good Earth Lighting product to set up and found the app controls easy to use. The 24-ft long single strip was impressive. The color tuning with the modulation of sound was fun to see, and the range of colors was good. The low standby power was appreciated, they said.
Good Earth Lighting to Be Recognized at Industry Events
These award-winning products will be recognized and announced at upcoming industry events, including the HARDI Annual Conference and Lightovation: Dallas International Lighting Show. Additional promotion will occur throughout the winter and spring at venues such as the AHR Expo, CEE Winter Program Meeting, RESNET Conference, ACEEE Hot Water Forum, and National Home Performance Conference. The products will also be showcased on the Integrated Home Competition website, as well as promoted by select CEE member energy efficiency program administrators in local offerings.
The Integrated Home Competition is organized by the Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), the American Lighting Association (ALA), the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) and UL.