Two major banks are helping businesses cut their energy bills by offering energy audits.
The Professional Lighting Designers’ Association (PLDA) has been forced to ‘question its future’ after a long and expensive legal battle and the withdrawal of most of its sponsorship.
UK workplaces are missing out on more than £300 million a year by not encouraging good habits with energy, according to a report from the Carbon Trust.
The National Union of Students has installed a pay-as-you-go lighting scheme at its London headquarters, with the help of Philips.
Walmart’s first ever fully-LED store has been completed in Ontario, Canada. This upgrade is expected to reduce the lighting energy consumption of the store by 28 per cent.
LED lighting manufacturer Cadisch GIGB has gone into administration after the value of its stock was written down due to safety fears, according to a statement from the administrators.
More than 35,000 London streetlights are to go LED in a massive ‘invest to save’ project, Transport for London announced today.
The Zumtobel Group’s new chief Ulrich Shumacher is to continue the restructuring of the business by bringing the brands closer together, developing lower-cost LED product ranges and boosting investment in controls.
German lighting firm Hoffmeister has bought Berlin-based manufacturer Sill, which became insolvent and filed for protection from its creditors in September.
Chattanooga city council has ditched its high-pressure sodium lights across the city in favour of a smart lighting control system with unlimited possibilities. The new induction and LED fixtures can be remotely monitored and controlled via built-in wireless radios and can power other smart city devices.
The Washington Metro has signed a lighting-as-service contract to relight its parking garages. The deal will see the replacement of 13,000 fixtures in the next year.