Dallas, Texas. (June 27, 2011) –StockGuru Spotlight is on Vu1 Corporation (OTCBB: VUOC), a developer and manufacturer of mercury-free, energy-efficient general illumination lighting technology, announced June 24, 2011, that it has submitted its A-type Electron Stimulated Luminescence™ (ESL) light bulb for UL certification. The A-type (A19) bulb is the most commonly used bulb in the world, and the Company believes the advanced performance features of its ESL technology will be welcomed by consumers. The Company will launch the A-type bulb to US consumers in August 2011. Vu1 Corporation closed at $0.16 on June 23, 2011, trading on 43k shares with a range of $0.18 to $.99 during the previous fifty-two weeks.
The Company’s ESL lighting technology uses accelerated electrons to stimulate phosphor to create light, making the surface of the mercury-free bulb glow, providing natural light quality, energy efficiency, and a long bulb life of 11,000 hours.
Vu1 anticipates its classic Edisonian ‘A’-type, screw-in light bulb will be launched into U.S. markets in August 2011 and Europe in the second half of 2012. Millions of U.S. and European households use the A19 and its European equivalent, the A60; this introduction will position the company to capitalize on current and pending regulations that will accelerate the adoption of energy-efficient lighting solutions.
About Vu1 Corporation
New York City-based Vu1 Corporation is dedicated to applying its technology to produce energy efficient, environmentally friendly lighting solutions worldwide. Vu1 has developed a new energy efficient light bulb to provide the consumer market with the first affordable, non-toxic light bulb with features consumers are demanding and not receiving from existing products.
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