Toshiba is shifting the focus of its European and US lighting businesses from lamps to luminaires.
Havells-Sylvania is set to add an internet-enabled lamp to its range following the signing of an exclusive distribution deal with LiFX, the internet-sensation that started off as one of the fastest-funded Kickstarter projects of all time.
Loss-making LED luminaire maker Lietcorp and its parent company Ocean-LED have been bought out of administration.
Senegal is investing in solar-powered streetlighting, with a rollout of approximately 1,500 solar panels in the capital, Dakar and six other regions in the interior of the country.
Lighting manufacturer Aurora may have to pay damages to Collingwood Lighting for infringing a patent used in Collingwood’s FireLED luminaire.
A pool of at least £20 million will soon become available for companies wanting to embark on energy-saving projects.
Tapping in to the internet of things will bring security and interference issues for lighting, but the threat needs to be put into perspective, said panellists at the Smart Lighting Controls Europe conference last week.
Philips' lighting sales were flat in 2013, but LED product sales were up again, the latest financial figures reveal.
A new charitable initiative aims to put last season’s lights to good use, donating outdated models of lighting fixtures to deserving community projects.
Cree is the latest manufacturer to enter the growing market for wireless lighting controls, with a new system on sale in the US and Canada.