March 2, 2015



VANCOUVER, CANADA, March 2, 2015 –Cooledge Lighting, the leading developer of flat and flexible LED lighting solutions, has, for the second time, been named to the ‘Ready to Rocket’ clean tech list comprised of companies determined to have the greatest likelihood and potential for rapid growth, exceeding that of their industry.

“Our employees are proud to have been recognized for the innovative work they’re doing and for putting the company in a position for extraordinary growth,” said C. Wade Sheen, CEO of Cooledge Lighting. “We appreciate the business community in Vancouver and British Columbia and the talented people here that contribute to our success.”

“We identify companies that have proven their technology and are positioned well for growth. Our analysis of market trends led to our selection of Cooledge Lighting as a Ready to Rocket Cleantech company.” said Dave Thomas, Senior Partner, Rocket Builders.

Cooledge has combined the mechanical, electrical and LED source together into a flexible sheet of light that runs so efficiently and cool that no additional heat sink or secondary thermal extraction is required. Cooledge’s lighting products free architects and lighting designers from the physical form factor of the bulb. They come in a variety of widths and lengths that can be tiled together to create large panels and long sections, allowing unique form factors and illumination of curved surfaces and non-linear architectural elements.


Ready to Rocket is a unique business recognition list that profiles technology companies with the greatest potential for growth. Each year, based on analysis of trends that will drive growth in the Clean Technology sector, Rocket Builders identifies the top private companies that are best positioned to capitalize on the trends for growth. This selection methodology has been an accurate predictor of growth with “Ready to Rocket” companies exceeding industry averages for revenue, employee and investment growth.


Cooledge Lighting is a pioneer in scalable lighting products that can be easily designed into a building by architects and lighting designers and simply installed by builders and contractors without specialized knowledge or training. The privately held company is based in Vancouver, Canada with offices and operations in the United States and Germany.

The company’s light sheet and SQUARE products are UL Listed and use extremely efficient white LEDs to provide a smooth and uniform lit effect when installed. Each is thin, just 0.1 inch thick, and flexible, like a sheet of paper, so that it can be bent, draped or shaped around and in architectural elements.

For More Information Contact: 

Alice Fung
Marketing Communications Manager
Cooledge Lighting
+1 (604) 682- 2665 x150

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Mar 2, 2015 12:00:00 AM