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  • Tomra´s new Multi-Channel Laser Sorting Solution is unlocking previously untapped opportunities for quartz processes

    In recent years, sensor-based ore sorting has gradually become established, and is now widely used across the mining industry. In a huge quantum leap forward, TOMRA Sorting Mining is now introducing a new multi-channel laser sorting machine which is destined to set entirely new standards within the industry. Minerals which could not be differentiated with existing technologies, such as ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • Raytheon Green Lights Renewable Energy System

    Raytheon Company will soon give the green light to a renewable energy solution that turns waste into electricity. Raytheon plans to power five of its North Texas facilities, in ...


    By Raytheon

  • Digital Lumens to Sell Intelligent Lighting System in Europe

    Digital Lumens, leading developer of LED-based Intelligent Lighting Systems, today announced that the company will begin selling its products in Europe. Digital Lumens products have received CE listing validating that they meet requirements for safety, health, environment and consumer protection in ...


  • Lights, Action, Camera, Compactor!

    Dicom are pleased to announce the launch of a new portable waste compactor complete with a bin tipping system integrated into the design as a standard feature.   On Tuesday 15th June 2010 at 10:00 am during the Futuresource exhibition, we will unveil the Dicom CE12/20 portable waste compactor on Stand M58 in the Silver Zone of the exhibition.   The CE12/20 has been ...


    By Dicom Limited

  • ENER-G lights the way

    An innovative lighting system that cuts electricity bills and reduces carbon emissions by as much as 50 per cent has been launched by sustainable power business ENER-G (www.energ.co.uk)The Manchester-based company is offering this energy saving technology to businesses and public sector organisations across the UK.The innovative technology uses smart electronic ...


    By ENER-G

  • A New light on Solar Storage

    Solar power continues to make headlines. Intense global competition and a potential crisis of over-supply among producers have seen the industry forced to improvise at many levels to keep it stable and develop new growth opportunities. In Germany, a new incentive program is gaining attention in the market, after the government announced in May this year that they would support ...


    By Germany Trade & Invest

  • First Light house

    Victoria University of Wellington, in New Zealand’s capital city, has been selected as one of 20 university teams to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 – the only entry, ever, from the southern hemisphere. The First Light house is designed not only to operate as a sustainable, energy efficient and high performance building that minimises the environmental ...


    By thinkstep

  • Green Deal - Green Light

    Greg Barker visited Birmingham this afternoon, to congratulate the City Council and Carillion Energy Services on the announcement of its Green Deal delivery partnership Birmingham is the first local authority in the country to appoint a delivery partner for the Green Deal. In an announcement last month, DECC ...

  • LED Landscape Lighting 101

    The requirements of landscape lighting often raises several issues with performance, maintenance and costs. This is because the lights serve numerous applications and purposes around the installed location. For example, they are used for security and guidance after sunset. Furthermore, the fixtures may also be utilized to boost aesthetics for statues and pathways. ...


    By Larson Electronics LLC

  • Shining the right light on operating costs

    Selecting the most appropriate lighting source and control system is often the single biggest factor in reducing cost and energy performance in business – with 60% savings not uncommon. Getting it right can pay huge dividends, so businesses investing in industrial and commercial lighting systems can benefit from significant environmental and financial cost savings if they pay greater attention ...


    By ENER-G

  • Hi Score Affiliate DMD Lighting Receives 6 Figure Lighting Contract

    Hi Score Corporation (PINKSHEETS: HSCO) announced today that its affiliate DMD Lighting received a six figure lighting contract commitment from its long time customer Traylor Electric of Miami. The contract consists of several orders that will supply lighting fixtures and Energy Control Systems for luxury homes that are being built on the Atlantic Coast. "I have been working with Traylor for a ...


  • Associated Grocers of New England Replaces Fluorescent Lighting With Digital Lumens LED-Based Intelligent Lighting System

    Digital Lumens today announced that Associated Grocers of New England (AG New England) has upgraded the cold storage facility in its Pembroke, NH headquarters to the Digital Lumens Intelligent Lighting System™, and is saving 482,066 kWh annually. Leading Edge Design Group (LEDG), a Digital Lumens ...


  • Silver Beauty Reduces Annual Lighting Costs by 90% With Digital Lumens LED-Based Intelligent Lighting System

    Digital Lumens today announced that Silver Beauty, a Chicago-area company that builds and leases warehouses, has upgraded a 177,413-square foot facility to the Digital Lumens Intelligent Lighting System and is saving 90% on its annual lighting energy costs. The system features wirelessly networked ...


  • Eaton’s New V-Spring Telescoping Light Pole System Offers Safer, Less Expensive Alternative to Lighting Installation and Maintenance

    Power management company Eaton today introduced the V-Spring™ Telescoping Light Pole from its Crouse-Hinds business, designed to increase safety and reduce labor costs ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Ardo UK Reduces Annual Lighting-Related Energy Costs by 97% With Digital Lumens Intelligent LED Lighting System

    Digital Lumens today announced that Ardo UK, a leading supplier of high-quality frozen fruit, vegetables and carbohydrates (potato, rice and pasta), has upgraded an 80,000-cubic-meter mobile racking cold storage facility in Kent, England to the Digital Lumens Intelligent ...


  • City of Los Angeles Lights San Fernando Road Pathway with Carmanah Outdoor Lighting Systems

    The City of Los Angeles has selected Carmanah’s EverGEN 1710 solar powered lights in an order of 140 systems to illuminate a new pathway on a public road in the San Fernando Valley. Improving safety and furthering the City’s commitment to sustainability and energy savings, the Carmanah EverGEN 1710 was down-selected for the project to light over 1km of new path along San Fernando Road ...

  • Lineage Logistics Reduces Lighting Energy Use by 85 Percent Utilizing LED-Based Intelligent Lighting System

     Lineage Logistics and Groom Energy Solutions today announced the completion of their initial LED lighting upgrade project at the Lineage cold storage facility in Richmond, VA. As a part of Lineage's overall sustainability efforts, the project reduces the energy consumed by the facility's lighting systems 85 percent, and eliminates more than 100 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually. The ...


    By Groom Energy

  • Shine a light on global energy demand

    According to the International Energy Outlook 2016 report, total world consumption of marketed energy will expand from 549 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2012 to 629 quadrillion Btu in 2020 and to 815 quadrillion Btu in 2040. That represents an incredible 48% increase from 2012 to 2040. Regardless of the reasons behind this ...


    By Hansford Sensors

  • PureSpectrum Opens Tomorrows Lighting, Inc.

    PureSpectrum, Inc. (OTCBB: PSRU) CEO Gregory Clements announced today the formation of a wholly owned subsidiary, Tomorrows Lighting, Inc. a Nevada Corporation. PureSpectrum will transfer its patents and technology rights to Tomorrows Lighting, Inc (TLI). The goal of TLI will be to maximize shareholder value by creating the greatest revenue potential for our current patents and to fully explore ...


  • Road lighting trials reviewed by Defra

    A report published by Defra today reviews local authority lighting initiatives aimed at reducing costs, minimising light pollution, cutting carbon emissions and reducing energy wastage. EPUK welcome the publication which is a response to a recommendation in the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution report "Artificial Light in the Environment" that lighting trials being undertaken by local ...


    By Environmental Protection UK

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