Osram has reported a 31 per cent growth in earnings compared to last year.
Indian star cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, touted as the most famous man in India, has just retired from the game. He will now spend his days providing light to rural India, instead.
Some of Britain’s largest energy firms have come under fire for leaving lights on in offices after workers had left.
Changing lighting patterns in hospital rooms to match normal sleep-wake cycles could help patients feel better with less fatigue and pain, a new study suggests.
Lighting Industry Association Laboratories (LIA Labs) is investing hundreds of thousands of pounds in a state-of-the-art lighting laboratory.
Buenos Aires is retrofitting 70 per cent of its streetlights over the next three years with LED fixtures. The projected energy savings for the scheme is 50 per cent.
The Asian invasion of the European lighting market went up a gear today as Japanese electronics giant Sharp announced its entry with a plethora of fixtures aimed at the retail and industrial sectors.
Sales of LED products now account for almost a third of all Philips Lighting sales, the latest figures reveal.
The American University of Dubai (AUD) has signed an agreement with GE Lighting to provide AUD students an opportunity to learn about designing energy-efficient lighting.