WE HAVE CHANGED FOR THE GOOD OF ALL

BETTER the Environment = BRIGHTER Future

BETTER the Community = BRIGHTER Future

Buy a Bulb Give a Tree

 
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FOR YOUR RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING NEEDS

June Lite KIND Bulbs are Empowering in
Multiple Ways

 
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WE ARE KINDER TO THE ENVIRONMENT THAN MOST BULBS

June Lite KIND Bulbs are 6W bulbs that are as bright as most 9W bulbs

Energy efficient

LESSEN the Carbon Footprint

Support your circadian rhythm

No toxic elements

Long lifespan  

 

 
 

FOR YOUR COMMERCIAL LIGHTING NEEDS

Troffers are a Great Alternative to Tubes

MADE IN USA LED STRIP KIT FOR MAXIMUM COST-EFFECTIVE ENERGY SAVINGS. 

Each building that is relamped by June Lite powered by Independence LED  has the opportunity to relamp another building.

The external driver provides options for dimming and added energy savings with light harvesting. 

 
 

Meet June Lite!

 

June Lite Hero: Sir Pascal Woldemariam

 
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What is a June Lite HERO?

4 Times a Year the June Lite team highlights a person that has loved Mother Earth in a passionate and unparalleled manner.  Showing us what ONE person motivated by love for our planet can do.  How this one person can "rally the troops" and inspire others to embark on their life's journey being a contributor.  

We at June Lite take pride in choosing our June Lite heroes and bringing them to the forefront.  If you know of someone that you believe could be a June Lite hero, please let us know by sending us an email at info@junelite.com.  

I drove around with friends visiting the countryside of Ethiopia, there was a massacre of trees. We can not sit down and watch, so we did something.

The June Lite team had the pleasure and honor of interviewing the man responsible for planting over 26 Million trees in Ethiopia.  His name is Pascal Woldemariam and being an agronomist was just the beginning of his illustrious career as a champion of reforestation for a country he has the deepest love and respect for - Ethiopia.

We were invited into his home in Addis Abeba and were welcomed by the warmth and grace of his beautiful wife he affectionately calls "Poupée" which means doll in French.  In the 4 hours we spent with them, we learned of their love for a country that has seen it's share of strife.  The beauty here is, despite the difficult times he was well aware of, he retained hope in his heart. This hope has manifested into powerful changes that he has spearheaded.  

He knew retirement in Ethiopia would be ideal, but he also knew "retirement" meant he would be active in another way. That other way came when he noticed the severity of the deforestation in Ethiopia. From that realization came the wonderful ideal of reforestation - Greening Ethiopia was born.

For these reasons and more, we have chosen Pascal Woldemariam as our first June Lite Hero.  He is a person who has used his gifts to contribute to the wealth of mother nature. He is a leader that has moved people into becoming part of the grand picture of reforestation. Women and men have been empowered, taught and motivated. We are grateful for you Pascal, "Thank You" for sharing in your calling with us all! 

 

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Social Impact Development.

Dedicated to change.

You can become part of the solution by gifting carbon hugging tree with the purchase of each June Lite KIND Bulb

 
 
 
 
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Hurricane Relief Efforts

 

 

Bright Light Relief

June Lite KIND Bulbs is partnering with IndependenceLED and The First Light Project to bring LuminAID Solar Powered Lanterns to people in Puerto Rico, St. Martin, St. Croix, Berbuda, Dominica and other areas affected by the recent natural disasters. 

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Lights are Security

The destruction left behind by natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes bring out desperate reactions and actions by people in the affected communities. Looting, pillaging, random acts of violence, hunger and thirst driven acts of theft are a reality that take foot early on after electrical connectivity is lost.

 
 
 
 
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