An American port authority is investing in LED lighting to reduce energy costs and improve its environmental footprint.
Energy consumption at ports and terminals can be reduced by up to 80% if light emitting plasma (LEP) is used for high mast applications – says the winner of PortTech LA’s Best Business Model Award.
The LEP vs LED debate is causing a storm in port lighting circles as Alex Hughes explains
As the LEP versus LED battle rages on, similarities and differences, strengths and weaknesses are being tossed around by industry experts.
The need to replace fixtures does not necessarily make LEDs an expensive option. Felicity Landon reports
Bright Light Systems' John Chalmers shines the spotlight on plasma technology
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