A switch to smart LED lighting systems could provide healthier workplaces environments while cutting carbon emissions and boosting productivity, according to the World Green Building Council.
Lighting in the future will be delivered as a service rather than a capital cost, according to a new report from the Rocky Mountain Institute, creating incentives for smarter and more efficient installations. RMI is pushing to grow a lucrative Lumens as a Service (LaaS) model for lighting in the US, which independent research by […]
The lighting industry is in the midst of a profound revolution, and it’s not just to do with the shift from halogen and fluorescent lights to LED. According to secretary general of the Global Lighting Association Bryan Douglas, the “new paradigm” is moving the focus from hardware to the new and evolving software systems with […]
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has today launched a new $250 million finance program to help councils invest in clean technologies to reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions.
Lighting control systems can reduce energy use by up to 30 per cent, according to a new guide released this month by the Lighting Council of Australia.
Australian lighting control tech company Organic Response is planning on busting out of the local market and into the US and Europe.
The Lighting Council Australia has published a consumer guide to assist in the selection of high-quality and safe LED lights.
Street lighting could be reduced at night, saving energy costs and reducing carbon emissions without increasing crime or accidents, a new report out of the UK has found.
Mirvac and AMP Capital’s 37-storey premium grade 200 George Street, Sydney building will become one of Australia’s first fully LED-lit commercial office buildings, the owners have announced.
Dutch researchers have found a novel way to give LEDs a warm glow when dimmed, which they hope will increase LED use in homes.
UPDATED: Scientists have created a flat-panel light based on carbon nanotubes that could in future challenge LEDs in terms of energy efficiency.
The Japanese inventors of the blue-light LED have been named as the 2014 recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura will be awarded the prize for “an invention of greatest benefit to mankind” in Stockholm, Sweden in early December for creating a blue-light LED that opened the door […]
The Australian market for LED lighting is showing only “miniscule” signs of growth due to uncertainty about the economy, according to George Toth, owner and managing director of Victorian manufacturer, mLight. His firm is now looking to expand by capitalising on innovation and targeting offshore markets, initially in the US.
24 March 2011 – Case Study: According to mySmart CTI, a Sydney-based company that provides energy efficiency solutions, refurbishment of an art deco heritage building at 99 Macquarie Street in Sydney showed that it was possible to provide the building with a modern and sustainable lighting system while preserving the heritage listed building interior. Situated […]