Retailers, train stations, museums and other users would buy the lights but pay for 'visible light communication' via usage fees.
How much could be saved if all the UK's car parks adopted low-energy lighting? Lux's lighting economist Dave Tilley does the maths, so you don't have to.
Lux meets Alexandra Hammond, the woman in charge of environmental impact at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London.
The London property management firm was caught jacking up prices by 50 per cent - prompting threats of a class action lawsuit.
Train stations aren’t generally noted for their beautiful lighting. Sure, there are some great exceptions, but usually the focus is on function and safety. That's all changing.
As office layouts and working patterns evolve, it's time to look again at the role of lighting, says Jenny MacDonnell of the British Council for Offices.
What's the one thing driving the adoption of LED lighting on the London Underground? Clue: it's not energy savings.
Does a Lux Award bring good luck? It certainly seems that way if you look at what past winners have gone on to achieve.
The education market is ripe for automated energy saving in the lighting realm, and your budget-boosting benefits can be achieved in classrooms, corridors, stores and staff rooms surprisingly simply.