Lighting News

Renewable energy projects run by the University of Fort Hare (UFH) in Alice, Eastern Cape, andStellenbosch University are driving large-scale deployment of clean energy technologies in SA. View post
Most of us are already using our computers to deliver power to do some of the basic stuff, as we charge our mobile devices using USB ports on desktop and laptop. But the move towards using Power over Ethernet to power and control lighting fixtures... View post
A new system from MIT can identify how much power is being used by each device in a household. View post
Augmented reality, the technology responsible for the hit Pokémon Go app, is being adapted for use in ceiling luminaires. The technology will allow users to control lighting via hand gestures. View post
Eskom CEO Brian Molefe has said that adding more independent power producers to the grid will raise Eskom’s cost base. View post
The South African Airways Group (SAA) has operated Africa’s first sustainable flights using biofuels. View post