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Updates about Energy Performance Contracting

EU-project Street Light - EPC offers tools and guidelines

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Cost and energy saving with LED indoor lighting

Tools, Best Practice examples and information for your successful lighting planning.

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2018 Horticultural Lighting Conference

Horticultural lighting is the LED industry’s most explosive new market, revolutionizing the future of farming with technologies and innovations enabling year-round sustainable fruit, vegetable and flower cultivation.

Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Light + Building 2018

The world’s leading trade fair for lighting and building services technology. The next Light + Building will be held from 18 to 23 March 2018.

Frankfurt Main

Lighting for Transport & Infrastructure Conference 2018

In the coming years, UK infrastructure spending is set to reach a record high of £500 billion with over 720 major projects in the pipeline. This special conference will bring together end users, specifiers, designers, consultants and suppliers to explore how we can work together to create a lit environment for the next century.

Cavendish Conference Centre, London

2018 Lighting Fixture Design Conference

Reading the signposts correctly has never been more crucial than in today’s lighting market. The LED revolution has happened – but the downside is prices are falling fast and it’s increasingly difficult to differentiate product.

Cavendish Conference Centre, London

2018 Emergency Light Conference

Are you accountable for the emergency lighting in your buildings? If so, you’ll know what a big responsibility it is to ensure that your staff and customers are safe at all times.

Cavendish Conference Centre, London

2018: New energy-efficiency regulations for buildings

New regulations in place for non-domestic rented property

Moth behaviour disrupted by street lighting, may affect pollination

Street lighting reduces the number of moths at ground level and increases flight activity at the level of the lights, shows new research. Less pollen was transported by moths at lit sites in the UK study as a result of the disruptive effects on moth behaviour. The study highlights the need to consider both the direct and indirect ecological impacts of artificial light.

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Comparing life-cycle costs of road-lighting technologies

The economic costs of replacing energy inefficient high-pressure mercury (HPM) lamps, used in outdoor lighting, with more efficient alternatives have been explored in a recent study. High-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps would be more cost effective than light-emitting-diode (LED) technology, although the researchers say LEDs could become more economical in the future.

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