Investors in illuminated trees have long been a staple in Australia’s forestry industry.
In the past, these trees have been used as fuel, a building material, as a source of power and a carbon sink.
Now, the industry is looking at using them as the fuel source for sustainable energy.
Illuminating trees, also known as ‘light trees’, emit light when sunlight strikes them.
Light bulbs are the most common source of illumination in the world.
The plants absorb the light, and then use it to grow.
Illumi-Nu-Au, the company behind the IllumiNu trees, are one of a number of companies hoping to make their lighting technology more widely available.
It was the first company to commercialise their lighting technologies, which they say will be a “global player”.
The company’s product is a “solar-powered LED lightbulb”, which can light up an area as small as a car’s window.
This makes it easier for users to navigate the home.
The LED light can be controlled via a smartphone app, or by the user’s smartphone, with a dedicated app for mobile devices.
This is similar to what Amazon is trying to do with Alexa, a digital assistant that can read your preferences, orders, and even voice commands.
The company says they plan to offer the product in Australia this year.
The product is also designed to be more affordable.
The Illuminated Tree Company, which is based in Melbourne, Australia, says the light bulb will cost $39.99 and can be purchased from the company’s website.
It says the product is being developed for indoor and outdoor applications.
Illuminated Trees will be available in Australia for the first time next year.
Illuvii, a company based in Sydney, Australia is also offering an LED light bulb to its customers for the “first time”.
The Illuvian LED Light Bulb can be ordered on its website for $39,99.
Illuva also says they are looking to introduce the LED bulb in Europe.
The IllumiAu project is a partnership between the Illuvi Group and Luminaria, a lighting company based out of Italy.
It’s not clear yet whether Illuvii and Luminia will be able to sell the LED light bulbs in Australia.
It remains to be seen how successful the LED lighting will be in Australia, but the company says it expects to have a product in stores this year and a full production run in 2021.
The project is being funded through a crowdfunding campaign.
Illus-A-Vu, another company based outside of Australia, is also trying to bring their LED light Bulb to Australia.
The bulbs are currently being developed by a Chinese company.
Illuzi, a small company based at Sydney, has also announced a Kickstarter campaign to raise $10,000 for its light bulb.
Illy, another Australian company, is making their first shipment of Illuminators to Australia in 2021, with the goal of making the first shipment in 2018.