Thursday, 12 January 2012

New #LED lighting technology reduces energy needs by 65 per cent

UK based manufacturer at Middle East Electricity to showcase latest LED light fittings and innovations

Dubai, UAE, 11th January, 2012: Industry players assembling in Dubai next month for the world's leading power event will be presented with new light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures that typically reduce energy needs by 65 per cent, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.
Produced by UK and US based manufacturer Dialight, the LED luminaires are designed specifically for industrial and hazardous locations including factories and oil rigs, as well as transportation and infrastructure applications such as roads and traffic signals.

The US$150 million company will be at Middle East Electricity 2012, taking place from 7-9 February at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre, as it looks to increase its presence in the region.

Dialight has been at the forefront of developing LED lighting solutions for 40 years, enabling organisations to reduce energy use and C02 emissions, improve safety, ease disposal and lower maintenance costs.  In addition to the UK and USA, the company has operations in Denmark, Germany, Japan, Australia, and Mexico, as well as the Middle East headquarters in Dubai which opened in early 2011.

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