The American LED Alliance is dedicated to connecting authentic Made in USA LED manufacturers of Buy American Act BAA Compliant LED lighting, fixtures, sensors, and controls, with qualified contractors and U.S. government procurement personnel at federal, state, and municipal levels. The American LED Alliance also provides resources for private sector buyers and communicates the advantages of American LED lighting innovation across the marketplace. For more see: About Us
The Leadership Council of the American LED Alliance provides reports and procurement guidance relevant to the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order, the Buy American Act (BAA) and the Trade Agreements Act (TAA) to its members and government agencies. The Directory aligns buyers with American LED manufacturers and contractors, who provide supply and support services. The American LED Alliance has rolling membership and submissions for the Directory. If you are reviewing this page after the beginning of the U.S. Government Fiscal Year, starting October 1, 2017, you have not missed the opportunity to engage. The Directory is updated quarterly. Directory
The U.S. government can lead by example to save over $1 billion each year, just by changing the lights across the 3.4 billion square feet of federal real estate. Buildings across America consume 40% of U.S. energy, and lighting typically accounts for over 25% of building electricity. Light Emitting Diode (LED) technology saves 50% or more on electricity over traditional lights. Maintenance and air condition cost reductions are added benefits to LEDs. Utility rebates help reduce the cost of LED retrofits, but the rebates are projected to come down in many markets in 2018. For report highlights including key information about the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order, Learn More
“Our focus on job creation through U.S. manufacturing includes numerous articles, Op-Eds, Made in America panel participation, and LED Boot Camps. Our Qualification Guidance Report has evolved over the years and dates back to the Specification Report to the U.S. Navy for Military Sealift Command (MSC) in 2014, the Report to Congress in 2012 at the request of the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), and early foundational content from work on the Green Economy Task Force as early as 2009. For the “Buy American and Hire American Executive Order,” we are pleased to share insights from multiple years of manufacturing and job creation that will help advance American Energy Independence,” said Charlie Szoradi, Leadership Council Chairman of the American LED Alliance.
It’s time to change the lights. With change comes choice, and choosing authentic American Made light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures, sensors, and controls delivers cost-effective and reliable energy savings that also creates more American jobs and improves the places where we live and work. Start saving 50% or more on energy and creating 500,000 new jobs on the path to American Energy Independence.