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Serena Remote Controlled Insulating Honeycomb Shades from Lutron Win 2012 KB Culture Award

Coopersburg PA (May 15 2012) – Energy-saving light control manufacturer Lutron Electronics is pleased to announce that its Serena remote controlled insulating honeycomb shades have won the Lighting category of the annual KB Culture Awards. Winners were announced at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Chicago Ill.

The annual KB Culture Awards honor "good design and engineering innovations" in the kitchen and bath industry.

Introduced in November of 2011 Serena insulating honeycomb shades are battery-powered remote controlled and have a starting price of $299. Serena shades allow homeowners to create the perfect movie-watching environment in living rooms ensure privacy in the bathroom and turn bedrooms into the ultimate –place to relax—all with a remote control.

Additionally the shades feature innovative Triathlon power technology which extends the shade’s battery life up to three years. Using standard D batteries Serena can be easily installed in about 10 minutes.

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Lutron Electronics headquartered in Coopersburg Pennsylvania designs and manufactures energy-saving lighting controls automated window treatments and appliance modules for both residential and commercial applications. Its innovative intuitive products can be used to control everything from a single light to every light shade and even stand-by power in a home or commercial building. Lutron products make any space more versatile while enhancing ambiance comfort and productivity. They also save energy and make light bulbs last longer making them an eco-friendly addition to the home and workplace. Founded in 1961 Lutron estimates that the installed base of its products saves the nation nearly 10 billion kWh of electricity or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year. Lutron manufactures more than 16 000 energy-saving products sold in more than 100 countries around the world.