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 •  August 3, 2016

Pierre-Yves Panis, head of design at Philips Lighting, says lighting is about to get much more intuitive and responsive to our needs. Lighting that follows your every move, predicts what you're going to do next, monitors what you leave in the fridge, and gives you something to play with – that's what we'll be seeing in the near future. Pierre-Yves...

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 •  January 13, 2016

Airline catering flies high with quality LED lighting from Philips LSG Sky Chefs shine a light on workplace safety and productivity at its catering facilities in New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand – Flight catering services company, LSG Sky Chefs, is reaping the benefits of food, workplace safety, productivity and energy efficiency by switching to...

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 •  November 19, 2015

Homeowners no longer look for a light bulb just to illuminate their home; lighting also needs to suit the type of activities performed in a particular space, while also enhancing its design,” said Gordon Wiffen, General Manager, Philips Lighting New Zealand.

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 •  November 17, 2015

Homeowners no longer look for a light bulb just to illuminate their home; lighting also needs to suit the type of activities performed in a particular space, while also enhancing its design," said Gordon Wiffen, General Manager, Philips Lighting New Zealand.

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 •  May 18, 2015

Warwick Smith/ Fairfax NZ
Venky Kannan is an international lighting designer who moved from Dubai to Palmerston North ten months ago.
Neil Wallace is creative director for the fledgling community group Passionart which recently emerged from a humble back room at Queen Elizabeth College, having started in an even smaller space at Longburn School. ...

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 •  May 14, 2015

Philips survey shows misperceptions about LED lighting are holding NZ consumers back
Auckland, New Zealand – A recent survey commissioned by Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) shows that while New Zealand consumers now tend to opt for energy efficient light bulbs over traditional incandescent bulbs, they need more information and encouragement to make ...

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 •  May 14, 2015

A recent survey commissioned by Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) shows that while New Zealand consumers now tend to opt for energy efficient light bulbs over traditional incandescent bulbs, they need more information and encouragement to make the shift from CFL light bulbs to LED for their homes. Philips’ release this month of its latest LED bulb ...

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 •  March 10, 2015

Plugging in to more energy efficient products, from fridges to light bulbs, is saving users close to $100 million a year.
A study of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority's (EECA) Products Programme show the savings are equal to the amount of power used in a year by more than 130,000 homes.
Almost 8 million energy-efficient products ...

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 •  February 26, 2015

Lawrence Smith/Fairfax Media
Energy-efficient light bulb manufacturer Energy Mad's shareholders voted yesterday to approve capital raisings that will give NZX-owned SuperLife a controlling stake in the company.
Just two shareholders were present at the special meeting in Christchurch, and the meeting voted to approve all three resolutions. One ...

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 •  February 25, 2015

Energy Mad to raise $2.24M in rights issue at 13% discount
By Paul McBeth
Feb. 25 (BusinessDesk) - Energy Mad, the unprofitable energy efficient light bulb marketer, wants to raise up to $2.24 million in a discounted rights issue to firm up its books and help fund its growth plans.
The Christchurch-based company plans to make a four-for-five pro ...