In Europe they talk. In China they do.
It's a mixed bag for organic light-emitting diodes. They're improving and prices are dropping, but LEDs will stay ahead of them until the next big thing comes along, according to a new research note.
Floodlighting a building façade is a classic case of ‘it’s not about the numbers’. Alan Tulla sets out how to do it right.
If you want a Nobel Prize, you have to meet lofty expectations. So what has the blue LED done to earn its inventors the grand honour? For starters: It is bringing light to millions of people with no electricity.
Here's a business model that puts its money where its mouth is: The Indian city of Agartala will soon start replacing its conventional streetlights with energy saving LED lamps, without shelling out a cent in capital costs.
A project to modernise streetlighting is under way in Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan, financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).
A row is brewing among lamp makers over the possible postponement of the ban of halogen lamp formats.