The Adelaide and Perth stores of retail giant Ikea become the first of its stores in the world to remove all incandescent light bulbs from their stocks, as part of their 'green' initiatives. The program included a focus on more energy-efficient lighting and a lamp recycling service for customers.
UK research reveals that people working in close proximity to compact fluorescent lamps may be exposed to the risks of high UV radiation. The UK government has subsequently approached the European Union to factor these findings in future industry standards.
Recent developments and announcements by major developers, such as NEC, OSRAM OS, GE, Matsushita Electric Works and Koizumi Lighting technology, seem to point towards 2011 as the year where the first commercial OLED lighting applications will appear on the market.
Green energy rating system for warehouses and factories.
Concern about rising power costs is the primary motivation for Australian organisations to implement environmentally sustainable information and communications technology (ICT) solutions, according to Frost & Sullivan's latest study — Environmental Sustainability and Technology: Opportunities for Green IT.
Revolution Series 2 is the second generation of Dynalite’s user control panels, designed to be compatible with wall boxes from all over the world. The slimline units feature a variety of grid and button configurations, including dynamic text display.
The LedMaster controller is a compact lighting controller in the SSL range of Activemix colour changing luminaires. Depending on the luminaire and its configuration, it can be programmed by the controller for switching, dimming or even dynamic colour-changing effects.