Carlsberg cuts light energy by 50%

Carlsberg cuts light energy by 50%

Carlsberg has cut energy consumption by light at its logistics centre by 50 per cent by swopping 600 luminaires at five warehouses to high efficiency LED – saving 650,000 kWh and 400 tons of CO2 emissions a year.

How to light for CCTV: 10 best practice tips

 How to light for CCTV: 10 best practice tips

You don’t want to discover the morning after an incident at your premises that the images from your CCTV are unusable. More often than not, bad security camera footage is the result of poor lighting. Here’s our top 10 tips to getting this fixed.

‘Emergency lighting failed’ in ferry fire

‘Emergency lighting failed’ in ferry fire

The emergency lighting failed after just 27 minutes into a fire on an Isle of Wight ferry in which an engineer received serious burns to face and hands, investigators have revealed.

Halliburton opts to rent its lighting

Halliburton opts to rent its lighting

The concept of ‘lighting as a service’ received another major vote of confidence today with the announcement that oil and gas services giant Halliburton is to use the model to upgrade six sites in the UK.

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Emergency lighting twin spots

Historically, if you wanted instant switch-on for emergency lighting and you were illuminating a large area or a long aisle, two halogen headlamps on a car battery made a lot of sense.

Virgin Media cuts energy by 99% with IoT lighting

Virgin Media cuts energy by 99% with IoT lighting

UK broadband and cable TV provider Virgin Media has cut the energy used for lighting at a technical centre by 99 per cent using a combination of LEDs, power line communications and cloud-based management, claims the supplier.