LED lighting in the outdoors is no longer just a niche phenomenon, thanks to new technology.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science has released a paper outlining a promising new technology that can turn light into an indoor LED.

The energy efficiency of LED lighting is improving and the technology is being adopted by the energy industry in a wide variety of industries.

It’s a welcome development that will help drive the adoption of energy-efficient lighting technologies.

“The LED technology will make the world a brighter place,” said Mark E. Lee, the deputy assistant secretary for the Energy Department.

The U.K.’s Office of Technology Development and Science has also been studying LED lighting, and is now in the process of designing LED lighting for industrial uses.

The company is also working on a lighting for medical applications.

But it’s a technology that’s only just starting to make its way into homes.

“It’s a long way to go,” Lee said.

The DOE paper, published in the journal Nature, is a preview of a new class of LED lights called “outdoor LED.”

The DOE team is now working to develop a standard that can be used in any type of lighting.

LED lights are commonly used in outdoor lighting systems, but they are not compatible with conventional light bulbs.

To overcome this limitation, the DOE researchers are using a new type of light called “ultra high-brightness.”

In the paper, the researchers describe how the researchers built a small-scale, custom-designed, and energy-intensive LED lighting system, using the new energy-efficiency technology to create a light that is brighter than an incandescent bulb.

The team also developed an alternative LED lighting source that can power an outdoor LED lighting setup.

The LED light source can produce light that can output up to 2,000 lumens.

The energy efficiency is estimated at 2.6 percent.

The researchers estimate that the energy used per LED light is around 50 watts, enough to light a house with 12 to 20 LED lights.

The research also showed that this new energy source can be scaled up and built to power many more LEDs.

The team also built an LED lighting circuit to power up to 40 indoor LED lights, enough for several outdoor LED lights in a single installation.

“It’s going to be a game changer,” said Lee.

“We have a lot of innovation and a lot more innovation that we haven’t seen in the last 15 years.”

The research was funded by the DOE Office of Advanced Energy Technologies, Energy Technologies Office, and the Energy Security Research Institute.

The work was supported by the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, the Department of Defense Office of Naval Research, the Energy Research and Development Administration, the National Science Foundation, the U. S. Department for Energy Office of the Chief Scientist, the Office for Science and Technology Policy, the Army Research Office, the Navy Office of Scientific Research, and other agencies.