Hoffmeister buys troubled Sill

Hoffmeister buys troubled Sill

German lighting firm Hoffmeister has bought Berlin-based manufacturer Sill, which became insolvent and filed for protection from its creditors in September.

Hoffmeister buys troubled Sill

Hoffmeister buys troubled Sill

German lighting firm Hoffmeister has bought Berlin-based manufacturer Sill, which became insolvent and filed for protection from its creditors in September.

Could LED carpets be the future?

Could LED carpets be the future?

Philips Lighting has joined forces with a global carpet company to develop solutions that combine LED lighting and light transmissive carpet. 

Sharp joins Asian invasion of European market

Sharp joins Asian invasion of European market

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.

Sharp joins Asian invasion of European market

Sharp joins Asian invasion of European market

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.

Lack of lighting knowledge 'hinders energy savings'

Lack of lighting knowledge 'hinders energy savings'

Companies are missing out on big savings because of a lack of awareness of energy-efficiency measures such as lighting, according to a report published this week by the Confederation of British Industry.

First came the $10 bulb, now meet the $99 streetlight

First came the $10 bulb, now meet the $99 streetlight

Cree has announced the launch of a new streetlighting product in the US priced at just $99 (€74). The product and aggressive pricing strategy are designed to help local authorities to achieve a payback on a switch to LED in less than a year.