The Middle East has joined the global bulb ban, as new regulations are introduced in the UAE.
Buenos Aires is retrofitting 70 per cent of its streetlights over the next three years with LED fixtures. The projected energy savings for the scheme is 50 per cent.
The Asian invasion of the European lighting market went up a gear today as Japanese electronics giant Sharp announced its entry with a plethora of fixtures aimed at the retail and industrial sectors.
Sales of LED products now account for almost a third of all Philips Lighting sales, the latest figures reveal.
Over 200 employees at an Osram factory in Bavaria, Germany are set to lose their jobs, as the company continues its plan to save cash and change direction.
The American University of Dubai (AUD) has signed an agreement with GE Lighting to provide AUD students an opportunity to learn about designing energy-efficient lighting.
After a long series of judging sessions, including numerous site visits and product demonstrations, our panel of judges has whittled down this year's Lux Awards entries to the very best projects and most exciting product innovations.
Osram is closing down some of its maintenance sites in the United States and Canada. The restructuring of Osram Sylvania’s Sylvania Lighting Services will result in 900 job losses.
Trac Lighting & Controls has gone into administration following months of unprofitable trading.