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The Lighting Industry Today, Tomorrow and Beyond, an Interview with LIA President, Peter Scott

Time:2017-03-30 11:45:43

What would be your prediction for lighting in 10 years’ time? Majority of commercial members won’t be supplying commodity type luminaires but in order to prosper will need to adapt to the need for more specialist products or add value through other features. Only recently we had a dinner for Past Presidents of the association and we discussed LiFi, data driving the industry, smart cities, leaving the EU and a new dawn in global politics. Many of the companies such as Google did not even exist when some of the past presidents were in office and it was a conversation only five years ago we would we never have expected to be holding.

LEDs are set to change horticulture by increasing yields

Time:2017-03-30 11:22:26

Ninety percent of plant genes are regulated by light. So, by changing the light spectrum, it is possible to change how a plant grows, how fast it develops and its morphology. ROBERT LEEMING of Lux Review delves into the science of horticultural lighting with PHILLIP DAVIS of Stockbridge Technology Centre.

Health Benefits of LED Lighting Contribute to Quality Senior Assisted Living at BioStar Lighting’s Project

Time:2016-10-09 16:15:17

Research has shown that LED lighting has positive effects on health including reducing headaches, nausea, Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, mood disorders, stress, vision loss and eye disorders. In addition to the energy savings, the health benefits make LEDs the ideal choice for healthcare and senior living facilities.

Six tips on reducing generator fuel bills

Time:2016-08-30 14:48:39

You could further reduce your fuel bills by using the following six tips:

Africa's 'Light Bulb Moment' and its Lead Role in the Global Renewable Energy Transformation

Time:2016-08-13 02:54:17

Africa's 900 million people use less energy than Spain's 47 million. In sub-Saharan Africa, 621 million people have no electricity whatsoever. Each year, 600,000 Africans - half of them children - die from household air pollution, caused by fuel wood and charcoal used for cooking.

Light up Africa, Together We Can

Time:2016-08-29 11:23:00

We can not deny the fact that Africa has limited access to clean and affordable energy. Even today, most African countries are still following the outdated high-carbon pathway the developed countries have followed. But local governments have realized the importance of developing clean energy to promote economic prosperity and safeguard the sustainability of our planet.