Latest UK Lighting News

Yorkshire FE college saves 612 tonnes of CO2 with longstanding T5 retrofit lighting installation

Yorkshire FE college saves 612 tonnes of CO2 with longstanding T5 retrofit lighting installation
October 22, 2014, No Comments

Yorkshire Coast College has saved almost £70,000 net as a result of an energy-efficient lighting upgrade using T5 converter ‘Save It Easy®’ from Energys Group, which has consistently delivered savings on energy and maintenance costs over a six-year period.   ... Read More»

Minister visits growing high-tech company

Minister visits growing high-tech company
October 17, 2014, No Comments

Harvard Engineering, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting products, was delighted to receive a visit from Simon Hughes, Minister of State for Justice and Civil Liberties, on Thursday 16th October. Mr. Hughes who met ... Read More»

Harvard introduces HLEDs

Harvard introduces HLEDs
October 16, 2014, No Comments

Harvard Engineering, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, has introduced a new sustainable operations culture called Harvard’s Lean Enterprise Deployment System, or HLEDs.   HLEDs has been developed to drive out all forms ... Read More»

Dextra Group takes centre stage at UK’s biggest lighting event

Dextra Group takes centre stage at UK’s biggest lighting event
October 14, 2014, No Comments

Dextra Group plc. is proudly sponsoring the Lux Arena at this year’s LuxLive lighting exhibition, the UK’s biggest lighting event. The two-day event takes place on 19 & 20 November and will transform the ExCel arena into an exciting lighting industry exhibitor space. LuxLive 2014 ... Read More»

Dextra Lighting proud to support the LSSOC

Dextra Lighting proud to support the LSSOC
October 14, 2014, No Comments

The Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off Challenge (LSSOC) is taking place on Friday 21st November. The LSSOC is a fun and easy way to get the whole school involved in reducing the carbon footprint. The LDDOC involves switching off all non-essential electrical items and ... Read More»

Lighting Projects

Matisse Beach Club – Dynamic Facade

Matisse Beach Club – Dynamic Facade
October 21, 2014, No Comments

The brief given to Lighting Options Australia by the Matisse Beach Club owner was simple – design a functional and aesthetically appealing LED facade like nothing seen before. In collaboration with Wilsons Signs and Alan Francis from TLS Productions, the ... Read More»

How Focus SB work together with customers to deliver electrical accessories manufactured exactly to clients requirements.

How Focus SB work together with customers to deliver electrical accessories manufactured exactly to clients requirements.
October 15, 2014, No Comments

Focus SB was invited to help deliver a state of the art electrical accessory installation for a new build, traditionally styled, country residence in Cambridgeshire.   The project is an example of what can be achieved when Focus SB, the ... Read More»

Chelsom supply lighting for London’s first Hampton by Hilton Hotel

Chelsom supply lighting for London’s first Hampton by Hilton Hotel
October 6, 2014, No Comments

Just a short walk from one of the capital’s busiest transport hubs, Hampton by Hilton London Waterloo is the brand’s 15th hotel in the UK and the largest outside the United States and since  opening its mid-priced offering and prime location ... Read More»

Chelsom create custom lighting for Europe’s first Rosewood hotel

Chelsom create custom lighting for Europe’s first Rosewood hotel
October 6, 2014, No Comments

Rosewood London is the first European opening for the group, ideally located a stone’s throw away from London’s cosmopolitan entertainment hub, Covent Garden. As part of a magnificent restoration project of the timeless Edwardian Belle Époque building, Chelsom were commissioned ... Read More»

How Large-Scale LED Lighting Adoption Is Making A Difference

How Large-Scale LED Lighting Adoption Is Making A Difference
September 25, 2014, No Comments

It’s no secret that the explosion in LED adoption is spreading beyond small local councils and homeowners and into the strategies of large organisations, bigger cities and much more power hungry buildings. The US government’s Energy.gov site predicts that, by ... Read More»