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LEDs... 12. Five years to world domination - When it comes to energy efficiency, the benefits of LED technology are well known. This raises the question then as to why they are not used everywhere. Adrian Rawlinson of Marl International, provides some answers


Energy Efficiency... 15. Heading for an integrated future - Stephen Woodnutt from Delmatic explains why integrated systems represent the best solution for energy efficiency and sustainability, and questions why the UK seems so slow in adopting an integrated approach


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Street Lighting... 18. Cutting costs after dark - Following the installation of Harvard Engineering’s LeafNut system, Westminster City Council achieved initial savings of 30% on its energy bills, as well as a significant reduction in the carbon emis- sions produced from its street lighting infrastructure


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NEWS 4. Benefits of automatic emergency lighting testing - ICEL emphasises that automatic testing can be more cost effective and reliable than manual testing when it comes to proving that emergency lighting systems work correctly


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