• Lighting India
  • Jul 27, 2017

The building will be turned energy efficient by retrofitting LED lights inside the building as well as the façade lighting...

  • Lighting India
  • Jul 25, 2017

Under the Government of India’s (GoI) Street Lighting National Programme (SLNP) over 21 lakh conventional street lights have been replaced with LED street lights across the country...

  • Lighting India
  • Jul 12, 2017

Out of over 26,000 conventional lights at RGIA more than 19,500 converted to LED – bringing 75% of the entire airport lighting on LED...

  • Lighting India
  • Jun 20, 2017

Andhra Pradesh was the first state to seek assistance from EESL to replace conventional street lighting with LED lighting in Visakhapatnam, after the cyclone Hudhud caused extensive damage to the then existing street lighting infrastructure…

  • Lighting India
  • Jun 20, 2017

The experiment revealed that white and green lights should be avoided in dark areas and natural habitats as it reduces the activity levels of light-shy bat species, while Philips ClearField LED light doesn’t affect their activity levels to forage at night...

  • Lighting India
  • May 20, 2017

While the world is moving rapidly to LED-based lighting technology, the plight of the luminaire maker particularly in the context of street lighting is still not over. This is because unlike the traditional light sources, LED light is highly directional and hence calls for more emphasis on refractor optic rather than reflector optic in case of street light design since it demands a more stringent and complex photometric characteristic. The article has chronicled the progress made in LED lighting components specifically in areas such as secondary optics and thermal management which are the two key factors responsible for success of LED street   Read More...

  • Lighting India
  • May 20, 2017

Uplighting of the stone perimeter wall enhances the feeling of enclosure and privacy, with the softly uplit foliage creating an illuminated canopy overhead. Warm white light is used throughout in contrast to the cool white interior glow from the offices...

  • Lighting India
  • Jan 20, 2017

Historical buildings lend themselves to light by the very nature of the architecture, buildings made of stone and brick with circular turrets, columns and buttresses and much exposed surface to illuminate allow for elegant beauty when lit at night. Modern buildings made of concrete, steel and glass are more of a challenge, although technology has moved on considerably to increase our lighting pallet. The article explores the differences in approaches and poses the question, where is the sophistication in the lighting of modern buildings?