LightFair International (LFI) opened
09.05.2012 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. It’s famous to be the world’s
largest annual commercial and architectural lighting exhibition with more than
500 exhibitors. It was preceded last Wednesday by the LFI Innovation Awards
with 230 entries which represents the latest lighting-related and designs
introduced during the last year. HomeLights is present at this lighting fair
and exposes the newest retrofit solutions of LED lighting.
More than 220.000 bulbs are illuminating the city Vienna in Austria.
Currently the Viennese magistrate is preparing for a street light retrofit
action. More than 5000 old fashion lights are going to be replaced by
energy-saving LED luminaries.
Old balloon lamps, which are mostly installed on the Danube
Island and he different parks will be replaced in the following weeks by much
brighter and modern LED. Those are more favorable in energy consumption, are
long living and don’t emit UV light.
The 2nd of May 2012, The Executive Committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) approved the solar lightening project. ‘Solar Street Lighting Program in City Corporation’ project, will introduce solar energy-driven LED technology covering one thousand kilometers of streets of Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet and Rangpur city corporations.
The project would be implemented during January 2012 to December 2015 .
HomeLights is delighted to announce as one of the suppliers of
ElectronicPartner, we attended the EP Fair in Dusseldorf which is
organized by ElectronicPartner to enable their supplies to present new
products during 23rd-25th March.
It is said the German government will allocate 410 million Euros to
promote the development of optical technology since 2012. No matter in
design and production process, German optical technology market has
incompatible potential. Especially in the field of LED, Germany is one
of the fastest-growing markets in Europe. It is estimated that the
German LED market turnover growth will reach an annual growth of 26.6%
Lighting + Building 2012, the world’s leading trade fair for
architecture and technology, was brought to a successful close. It was a
wonderful platform to present our latest LED lighting solutions that
cut the energy consumption at the same time as increasing the level of
The council of the resort city Miri in Malaysia is going
green by retrofitting the lights in parks and public areas with energy saving
and eco- friendly LED lights. The
project was the result of an agreement signed by Malaysian Green Technology
Corporation and the council last February under the Low Carbon City Framework
Bridgelux is the first, new US-based light-emitting diode (LED) manufacturer in the past 20 years. The Company’s focus is bringing innovation to light by providing high power, energy-efficient and cost-effective LED solutions. Bridgelux actively supports its customers by delivering value-added, application-specific solutions that will open up new markets in solid-state lighting (SSL).
discovered the positive effect of the use of LED lights to make a spot on fresh
food. As LEDs do not emit heat neither a high number of UV and infrared
radiation, food at the delicatessen counters stays
longer fresh and appealing for customers. Furthermore LED lights are extremely
efficient and long living. Another advantage of LED lights in grocery stores is
the high resistance of heat and cold. So the lights can be used in any thermal