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UK Government set to expand halogen lighting ban
Inefficient lighting is finally about to get the nail in the coffin it deserves, as the UK eyes up a ban on the sale of halogen light bulbs.
How retrofitted lighting could help local authorities achieve net zero
Just as it will benefit schools, lighting will also be key for public sector organisations looking to improve their energy efficiency.
Lighting improvements needed to boost energy efficiency in UK schools, says Tamlite
In order to improve the energy efficiency of schools in the UK, large scale lighting upgrades will need to be made, according to Tamlite.
Knightsbridge launches new SmartKnight socket, LED downlights
Knightsbridge is launching a range of intelligent wiring accessories and lighting products that can be controlled by its SmartKnight app.
Recolight webinar to highlight how the lighting industry is planning for net zero
Recolight is hosting a webinar on May 27 to discuss how the lighting sector will achieve the feat of net zero.
Tracey White, CEO of the Institution of Lighting Professionals, to step down
Tracey White, the CEO of the Institution of Lighting Professionals (ILP), is to stand down from her position later this year.
Enhanced RAPID lighting control system offers circadian control
CP Electronics, a brand of Legrand, has launched Circadian Lighting Control as part of its enhanced RAPID lighting control system.
New multi-function dimmable LED driver for AluPanel range
Ovia has a new multi-function dimmable driver that provides its AluPanel range with the flexibility of three dimming options in one driver.
DALI+ ditches the wires for true wireless or IP-based smart lighting
Manufacturers using the DALI protocol over a wireless or an IP-based network can now set themselves apart using the DALI+ branding.
Ansell Lighting ditches plastic in favour of sustainable packaging
Ansell Lighting has become the latest manufacturer to make the move to more sustainable packaging, as it ditches single-use plastic.