Lighting Industry - Street Lighting News

DW Windsor Launches New Road Lantern

DW road lanternProviding greater choice in the functional road lighting market, UK manufacturer DW Windsor announce the launch of a new road lantern developed for conventional light sources from 42W to 400W, including CosmoPolis and suitable for residential roads through to motorways and dual carriageways.

Read more ...

BS 5489-1 Code of Practice for the Design of Road Lighting Released

BS 5489-1:2013 is a revision of the British Standard for road lighting design that provides additional guidance to the BS EN 13201 series.

Read more ...

Plymouth Streetlights Could Be Replaced With Energy Saving LEDs

A huge energy programme is being unveiled by Plymouth City Council to light the way for a brighter and greener future that will save residents millions.

Read more ...

Search Is On For Cost Effective Street Lights

A £5m scheme to replace the region’s street lights with more cost-effective lighting is being seen as a ‘spend to save’ project by Scottish Borders Council.

Read more ...

SELC Launch the New SmartStar® 250W Electronic Ballast

The SELC SmartStar® 250W Ballast efficiently powers all High Pressure Sodium, Metal Halide (including COSMO CDM HQI) and HID Lamps 250 watt lamps. This ballast offers an affordable, high quality and intelligent street lighting solution.

Read more ...

The Ground Breaking P850 LED Road Lantern from CU Phosco

A ground breaking main road lantern that perfectly combines innovations in heat management, optical performance and energy saving in a beautifully simple aesthetic exterior.

Read more ...

Sandwell Lights Up Major Route in Sustainability Drive

As part of a major traffic route improvement scheme, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council has demonstrated its commitment to sustainability and environmental welfare with continued investment in LED lighting upgrades.

Read more ...

Warwickshire Council to Switch-off 39,000 Street Lights

Warwickshire County Council are changing there street lighting policy. A decision was made to operate approximately 80% of County Council owned street lights on a part night basis. This will mean approximately 39,000 street lights will switch off between the hours of midnight and 5.30am.

Read more ...

Council to Dim Street Lighting to Save Cash

As part of efforts to slash carbon emissions, cut down on light pollution, save money and make Cheshire East a cleaner and greener place to live – the Council is moving forward with changes to street lighting.

Read more ...

OSRAM Street Light Control - intelligent light management system for outdoor lighting

OSRAM Street Light Control (SLC) stands for innovative light management in outdoor areas. This intelligent light management system for outdoor lighting allows a demand-oriented control and monitoring of individual luminaires up to thousands of points of light. This permits a flexible and individual light management, depending on the application.

Read more ...