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lighting digest newsletter April 2012 Issue 3

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UK Manufacturers Lose £1.4 Billion A Year Using 1950s Lighting Systems

Industry and manufacturing operations in the UK can save £1.4 billion a year on their energy spend and save 10 million tonnes of CO2 emissions annually according to a new paper released by Vita Energia Solutions.

Zeta LifeBulb UK Eco-Town Pioneers Light Bulb Trial    

An eco-friendly town in the UK could potentially host the first large-scale trial of a new, affordable LED bulb that is just as bright as traditional bulbs.

VELVE OLED Verbatim Unveils Next-gen OLED Modules at Light + Building 2012   

Verbatim has unveiled the world's first colour-tunable and dimmable OLED module that delivers brightness of up to 2,000 cd/m². The company's latest series of VELVE OLED modules are twice as bright as earlier devices.

Lighting Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis           

AMA Research have published a new edition of "Lighting Market Report - UK 2012-2016 Analysis”. The report is comprehensive, informed and up-to-date and represents an invaluable aid to sales and marketing professionals involved in the industry.

Energy Efficient Lamps Shine Light on Environmental Sustainability   

Energy efficient lighting is becoming increasingly important as an immediate solution to rising electricity consumption, with the increasing compatibility of Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL) with existing lighting infrastructure spurring sales, according to a new report by business intelligence company GlobalData.

xicato led module Xicato’s High-Luminance XPM Point Module     

One of the last bastions of halogen accent lighting - extremely tight beams, with very high luminous intensities (such as from AR111 lamps) - is addressed by Xicato’s new “point” module.

xicato XLM 3000 Artist seriesXLM 3000 Artist Series from Xicato 

The XLM 3000 Artist is Xicato’s highest flux Artist Series product and is designed for applications that require perfect halogen-level color rendering and smooth, continuous dimming to 0.1% (power).

Nomura International AuditoriumWILA Light the Nomura Auditorium with the Xicato Spot Module

Nomura International’s new London office at 1 Angel Lane, between Cannon Street station and London Bridge by the river Thames, was developed by Architects Fletcher Priest and Building Services Consultants MEIT Associates. It has won a number of awards for its design and small environmental footprint.

Schiltigheim Commercial Area Ghidini Light Schiltigheim Commercial Area with the Xicato Spot Module         

Part of the commercial area of Schiltigheim in Strasbourg, France has been lit with Clessidra luminaires from Ghidini, incorporating Xicato Spot Modules.

Cree AerobladesCree and Speirs + Major Create Aeroblades      

When Cree set out to expand upon there LED exterior lighting solutions, they didn't just go to there in house engineering team. Instead, they approached renowned design firm Speirs + Major with one simple instruction: throw out all pre-conceptions about what a luminaire should be.

Eaton’s New Wiring Accessories Combine Versatility with Style

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