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LEDs and their makers aren’t whiter than white

Obfuscation about the long-term performance of solid-state lighting threatens the market

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Hotels and the abuse of standards

Standards are a good thing, but users must be aware of the ruses that more unscrupulous manufacturers will employ to ensure their products appear to comply, says Gordon Routledge

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Death, taxes and climbing energy bills

In a world dogged by uncertainties, there are few things on which we can depend. One is that electricity bills will continue their inexorable rise

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Time to think different

Designers of lighting controls would do well to take some posthumous advice from Steve Jobs, the man who helped make technology easier for everyone to use

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An indication of interest

A struggling economy may reduce the number of builders’ skips hired or takeaway curries ordered, but demand for free events is increasing, at least according to the free event index

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The barometer of LED adoption

How long before LEDs are everywhere? Your local airport may be the best place to find out

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People who live in glass houses

Where do you think you’ll find the worst lighting? It might be closer to home than you think

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A pain in the neck

Lighting manufacturers and designers have a vital role to play in alleviating the pain of those who suffer from occupational diseases brought on by thoughtless lighting installations

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Global turmoil? We can help

Political upheaval and natural disasters are contributing to high energy prices. But the lighting industry will fail to take advantage if it can’t get its message across.

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Clarity in the solid state age

The watt is not a very useful measure of a light source – particularly when there are so many available

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