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Projection lands £4m deal with Next

Next has placed an order for more than 110,000 LED luminaires in what is believed to be the UK’s biggest retrofit LED deal.

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More countries move toward incandescent phase-out

Fourteen developing countries are to come up with plans to phase out incandescent lamps with support from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

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Energys and Smart Eco help schools cut lighting costs

Energys Group and Smart Eco Energy have launched a scheme to fund energy-efficient lighting upgrades for schools.

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Nualight hires former Philips R&D chief

Berry Kock, the former head of Philips’ LightLabs R&D division, has been appointed chief technical officer at Nualight.

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Recolight extends access to lamp recycling

Recolight has lowered the threshold for its free lamp recycling service to allow businesses that collect fewer lamps to benefit.

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UK manufacturers demand more support from government

Manufacturers’ confidence in the government has fallen sharply in the past year, according to a survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

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Tributes pour in for Jonathan Speirs

Colleagues and friends in the world of lighting have been paying their tributes to lighting designer Jonathan Speirs, who died today.

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Pioneering lighting designer Jonathan Speirs dies aged 54

Jonathan Speirs, one of the world’s foremost lighting designers and a pioneer for the profession, died at home in Edinburgh today after a long illness.

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All public lighting should go LED by 2020, says green NGO

Environmental NGO The Climate Group has called on governments around the world to upgrade all lighting in streets and public buildings to LED by 2020.

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One in six firms want more efficient lighting

One in six businesses want to upgrade their lighting to improve efficiency, according to government research conducted in preparation for the launch of the Green Deal.

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