LED solutions for horticultural facilities is booming and is now the future for indoor plant and algae growth. The Lighting Magazine talks further about the benefits and requirements in detail.
The use of LEDs to illuminate buildings and outdoor spaces reduced the total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of lighting by an estimated 570 million tons in 2017 (equivalent to shutting down 162 coal-fired power plants)! more »
Floodlighting stadiums for the world of televised sports may be glamorous but not many of us are lucky enough to have the opportunity. more »
Light sources that can provide the many benefits expected from lighting at a lower electric power should be formally encouraged or regulated by governments. more »
Every urban city across the globe is transforming to becoming a smart city, offering a better quality of life to its residents. more »
Proposed changes to the Victorian Energy Saving Incentive could mean more energy efficiency opportunities for larger commercial and industrial sites in Victoria. more »