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Big rise in deaths and injuries on streets left dark, study shows

22 April 2014

Casualties on roads where streetlights have been switched off at night have increased by as much as 20 per cent, according to a new study.

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Businesses risk £3m fines for incorrect lamp disposal

31 March 2014

Harsher penalties are being introduced for those who dispose of mercury-containing fluorescent lamps unsafely.

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Lietcorp bought from administration

26 March 2014

Loss-making LED luminaire maker Lietcorp and its parent company Ocean-LED have been bought out of administration.

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Stansted and East Midlands airports to get new controls

13 March 2014

Stansted and East Midlands Airports will soon be treated to new lighting schemes and control systems.

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Getting staff to turn off lights could save the NHS £35m

13 March 2014

Simply encouraging employees in the National Health Service to turn off lights and close doors could save the taxpayer £35 million annually, an expert in behavioural change has claimed.

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Collingwood wins patent case against Aurora over fire-rated downlights

07 March 2014

Lighting manufacturer Aurora may have to pay damages to Collingwood Lighting for infringing a patent used in Collingwood’s FireLED luminaire.

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Dali restructure targets wider global user base

07 March 2014

The working group that oversees the Dali control protocol is changing its structure to appeal to end users and strengthen its international standing.

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Companies invited to bid for energy-saving support from £20 million fund

06 March 2014

A pool of at least £20 million will soon become available for companies wanting to embark on energy-saving projects. 

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Cathedral gives up lighting for Lent

05 March 2014

Exeter Cathedral is giving up light for Lent. The floodlights on the building’s facade will be turned off for the six-week period to cut carbon emissions.

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Smart lighting: 'security issues will rise when prices drop'

03 March 2014

Tapping in to the internet of things will bring security and interference issues for lighting, but the threat needs to be put into perspective, said panellists at the Smart Lighting Controls Europe conference last week.

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