The Irish lighting-as-a-service pioneer UrbanVolt is to start supplying solar panels on a monthly-fee basis.
A German metals company has become one of the first firms in the industrial sector to pay for the replacement of its lighting with LEDs with a monthly fee in a so-called ‘lighting as a service’ contract.
Mushroom farms are one of the most hostile applications for lighting equipment. With temperatures of up to 60C, humidity of between 95 and 100 per cent and regular hosing with water, it’s one punishing place to put a light fitting.
The prominent Scottish bottled water supplier has recently implemented high-efficiency, long-life Tamlite LED EXPO products at its warehouse in Blackford, Perthshire.
The jury for this year’s Lux Awards Middle East has been announced and it includes a string of big names from across the lighting industry.
The arrival of winter is generally greeted with scare stories about how, due to an overstretched National Grid, the cold weather could bring with it power cuts. This year the squeeze on electricity supplies in the UK is less severe than expected due to more coal power on the system, however Greenpeace are not convinced and have issued a call for more households to move to LED lighting.