The Environmental Protection Agency awarded Westinghouse Lighting Corp., Philadelphia, a 2003 Energy Star Award for informing Americans about reducing greenhouse gas emissions through energy-efficient lighting. The company’s focus is to create awareness nationally, as well as to educate consumers on the benefits of Energy Star lighting products by using in-store promotions, supporting compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) sale events, and providing informative point-of-purchase materials.

The Energy Star award is given to various types of organizations in recognition of their efforts to increase understanding and broad-based demand for energy efficiency in order to reduce pollution, which results in significant cost savings for American families and businesses. These award winners are selected from thousands of organizations that participate in the Energy Star program.