Targeting the nearly $100 billion lighting market, as well as sustainable green business and building segments, Fiberstars provides efficient fiber optics (EFO) lighting solutions for a wide variety of applications in the commercial, retail and government sectors.
What does EFO stand for?
EFO stands for Efficient Fiber Optics
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We have 26 other meanings of EFO in our Acronym Attic
- Educators for Nonviolence
- Entrepreneurs Foundation of the Northwest (Portland, OR)
- Everfree Northwest (Seattle, WA)
- Escape from New York (John Carpenter movie)
- Epilepsy Foundation of New York City (New York)
- European Federation of National Youth Orchestras
- Energy Federation of New Zealand
- Earnings from Operations
- Eddie from Ohio (Virginia pop folk band)
- Educational Foundation of Orinda (Ordina, CA)
- Egg Farmers of Ontario (Mississauga, ON)
- Electronic Financial Officer
- Electronic Flame Off
- Emergency Field Office
- Enabled, then Firing Once (STRPN transition)
- Energy for Opportunity (Canada; est. 2008)
- Equivalent Field Office
- Errors Freaks and Oddities (philately)
- Établissements Français d'Océanie (French: French Settlements in Oceania)
- Étoile Filante de Ouagadougou (Burkinabé football club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
With the introduction of the new Fiberstars EFO(R), a patented Efficient Fiber Optics lighting system that delivers light comparable to conventional lamps at greatly reduced energy consumption, Fiberstars believes that fiber optic lighting will become a significant segment of the $58 billion lighting market.
During his presentation at the ASHRAE conference, Ramin Faramarzi commented on the energy saving using efficient fiber optics for 100 doors: "If you want to translate the $5,885 per year of savings as a result of this retrofit into additional sales that the store had to do in order to come up with this profit margin, the store had to actually sell $588,500 more products.