Lighting

  • Scolmore unveils new lighting company

    Scolmore Group has announced the the launch of a new, independent lighting company – OVIA Ltd – and the appointment of industry expert Mike Collins to head up its new enterprise.

  • New Signify and Illuminated River Project apprenticeship launched

    The Signify and Illuminated River Project apprenticeship has been launched by MP Anne Milton, Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills.

  • Abtec BT lighting control system delivers 60% energy savings at new Siemens facility

    Abtec Building Technologies (Abtec BT) has provided the control system for the main and emergency lighting systems at a new Siemens facility in Lincoln. 

  • Signify utilises robotics in LED pitch lighting installation

    Signify has made unique use of robotic measurement during the installation of its connected lighting system, Interact Sports, at the Toyota Stadium in Aichi, Japan. 

  • UK distributor chooses Goodlight LED lighting

    Goodlight has announced that FWB, an established supply chain partner, has replaced the outdated fluorescent lights across its three strategic sites in Stoke-on-Trent, Wrexham and Truro with linear LED high-bays, LED battens and Eco LED ceiling panels from Goodlight.

  • Energys Group to deliver LED lighting upgrades for NHS Trusts

    Energys Group, a UK-based energy efficiency solutions provider, has announced it has been selected to deliver LED lighting upgrades at a number of NHS Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts. 

  • GreenPower LEDs help grow healthier crops in Japan

     7-Eleven customers in Japan are benefitting from healthier, safer vegetable crops thanks to Philips GreenPower LEDs.

  • LIA introduces third-party goniophotometry scheme

    The LIA and Acal BFi have created a goniophotometry luminaire testing scheme for lighting manufacturers looking to offer efficient third-party accredited luminaire performance testing. 

  • EVAline LEDs light up Waltham Abbey’s pool hall

    Dutch lighting specialist EVA Optic is gaining attention across the UK, following the implementation of its high-efficiency ambient lighting in the pool hall at the new multi-million-pound leisure centre project at Waltham Abbey in Essex. 

  • LEDing the way 

    EcolightingUK was recently chosen by global company PFSweb as the best LED solution for its new 85,000sqft warehouse, currently under construction in Southampton.

  • One size fits all

    Faced with upgrading thousands of its social housing properties, Scolmore’s ‘one fitting for all’ lighting solution has proved a hit with Edinburgh Council.

  • Eastern promise

    Following six years of successful trading in the Middle East, Scolmore Group has announced the opening of a new head office and warehouse facility in Dubai. 

  • Solving the UK’s ‘productivity puzzle’

    A new publication from UK lighting manufacturer Tamlite offers a new perspective on solving the UK’s well-documented ‘productivity puzzle’.

  • Halve the install time with Scolmore’s new Fast Fit Connectors

    Proven to half installation time in comparison to their screw terminal counterparts, Scolmore’s new Fast Fit Connectors are a saviour on site.

  • Cream of the crop

    Signify has now made it easy for fruit and vegetable growers to switch to LED lighting, as a way to improve crop results and reduce energy costs.

  • Luceco illuminates Manchester Royal Infirmary

    Luceco, A C Electrical (North) Ltd and the Estates and Facilities Directorate at the MRI have worked together to reduce energy consumed by old lighting technology, replacing these fittings with cost effective LED luminaires from Luceco.

  • Green lit all the way

    Lighting control specialist Lutron has announced its support for the European Commission’s Level(s) Initiative. 

  • Online non-compliance rife in lighting sector

    EucoLight, the European WEEE lighting trade association, is hosting a half day workshop on 17 Oct in Brussels to discuss the scale of the online non-compliance problem. 

  • Academy upgrades

    Energys Group is helping Ormiston & Brooke Weston Multi-Academy Trusts achieve annual energy savings of £190,000 across 12 Academies

     Energys Group won a competitive tender, worth over £1.7m, to manufacture, supply and install LED lighting to two Academy Trusts.

  • Seven steps for survival

    With the current 2018 record-breaking summer heatwave potentially stretching on into August, Bsria has created a seven steps to surviving in buildings, factory, office and workplace alike guide:

    * Installation of external solar shading – technicalities, practicalities and location allowing. 

    * Installing glazing that reduces solar gain – possibly 'green' foil that reflects high levels of radiant heat.

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