The carbon electron configuration is a design for use in electronic signage.
It can convert electricity generated by a fluorescent light to power a light bulb, according to the design’s manufacturer, GSI Energy.
The carbon electron design is used to generate power when a lightbulb is turned on and can be programmed to turn off and on in response to a light source.
It is used in the lighting of commercial buildings and in industrial installations.
In a press release announcing the GSI Innovation award, GSK said the design was the most energy efficient, cost-effective, and energy-efficient carbon electron system currently in the world.
The company also said that it would develop the technology to manufacture the carbon electron in the United States.