2017-07-03

Robe Catches the Starlight Classics

The most recent RMB Starlight Classics concert, staged at the beautiful, calm and leafy green Vergelegen Wine Estate in Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa … was lit by Chris Bolton of Keystone Productions ... with a little help from some Robe moving lights!
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2016-10-31

Innovative Solar LED Lights Spread Across South Africa

Enel has connected an 88 MW wind farm to the grid in Nojoli, South Africa, and launched a rural electrification project with Liter of Light, to bring sustainable light to the streets of its surrounding villages.
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2016-03-30

South African Researchers Demonstrate Laser Beams with a "Twist"

Using geometric phase inside lasers for the first time, researchers find a way to change the orbital angular momentum of laser beams.
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2015-11-16

South African Lighting Distributor Light Kinetics Signs Distribution Agreement with AgiLight

This agreement opens up a new and exciting market for AgiLight and keeps the company on its dramatic growth trajectory.
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2015-03-18

Robe Lights up South Africa Metro FM Awards

Durban in South Africa once again came alive with the buzz and the excitement of the 2015 Metro FM Awards, with Robe BMFL Spots taking centre stage – as part of a rig of nearly 150 Robe moving lights - for a stunning stage presentation at the Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre.
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2014-03-12

Bottled Light for the Developing World

A young South African designer Michael Suttner has launched a new solar LED light aimed at improving the lives of those in the developing world, according to a recent Gizmag article. The product is targeting low income families in particular.
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2013-06-07

South Africa Import over Sixty Thousand Sets of Street Lighting Devices from China

Recently, the leaders and experts from the National Energy Administration of South Africa and the South African National Highways Office arrived in Guangzhou to visit the urban construction. To talk about the cooperation of new energy, officials from the National Energy Department of South Africa made it clear that South Africa will import over sixty thousand sets of scenery complementary equipments from China in 2014 for the street lighting construction in the South African coastal area. Chinese enterprises with actual strength are welcomed to participate in the e...
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2012-03-13

Philips Founds New Subsidiary To Expand LED Market in South Africa

To expand its share in South African market, Royal Philips has founded Johannesburg based Philips Lighting Solutions, a subsidiary of Philips South Africa. The new company will provide the latest, cost effective, energy efficient retrofit lighting solutions including LED for public and private sector buildings and businesses. It is offering a total project solution, including lighting surveys, advice, project management, installation, maintenance and very significant, guaranteed, energy savings over a planned period. Benefits include lower energy and maintenance co...
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2011-12-09

SA to be The First African Cuntry to Phase out Incandescent Bulbs

SA intends to become the first African country to phase out and then ban all energy-guzzling light bulbs before 2016. At the 17th Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP17), Energy Minister Dipuo Peters announced to ban incandescent lights in the next five years. It’s part of a partnership between the UN Environment Programme (Unep) and the Phillips and Osram lighting groups. Although the energy-saving effects have not been quantified, Peters estimated that switching from incandescent bulbs to compact fluorescen...
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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