ACDC has won a £5 million lighting contract with Muscat International Airport in Oman.
Large companies in the UK will face regular checks on the energy efficiency of their lighting, under new proposals published by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Energy company E.On is facing a £3 million bill after admitting that thousands of compact fluorescent lamps that it was supposed to send out for free to UK households were actually sold in Ireland, while others may never have been distributed at all.
From this week, shops, offices and public sector buildings in France will have to turn off unnecessary lighting at night – by law.
An energy-saving project being trialled at Barts Health hospitals is predicted to save the NHS £400,000 over the next year, without spending a penny.
Two-hundred Philips LED lamps that have been running continuously for 25,000 hours (nearly three years) are still operating at 100 per cent lumen output, according to tests conducted for the US Department of Energy.