Energy efficiency with better lighting concepts

With numerous urban development projects and new buildings coming up within the next 5 years in the GCC, it is essential that lighting systems and designs selected are intelligent, along with optimizing buildings to meet demands and standardization.
 
 
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Dec. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- As governments and municipalities focus on driving energy efficiency measures, basic civic infrastructures such as residential complexes, shopping malls, roads, CBD's and industrial parks are also scrutinized when it comes to energy savings. Lighting contributes to a significant amount of consumption and smart lighting can go a long way to reduce load and also the emission of carbon. The GCC market, which is en-route to large scale developments in the infrastructural world, is exploring for the latest technological developments it can adopt when it comes to intelligent lighting designs.  

Architecture is increasingly gaining a bigger role and receiving more attention when it comes to presenting corporate values and public prestige. The global lighting market, estimated to be approximately USD 145 billion is undergoing a radical change fueled by rapid urbanization and a drive to gain greater energy efficiency. Global population growth, urbanization, climate change, resource scarcity are all major concerns forcing governments to impose stricter regulations which in turn are addressed by the lighting industry.  

The GCC Infra Lighting Concepts Summit hosted by Fleming Gulf on 14th – 15th May 2013 in Doha, Qatar will cover topics such as Lighting and Spatial Design Experience, Lighting Design as an Urban Communication Tool, Enhancing LED Efficiency through Strategic Design Considerations, Advanced Lighting Technologies for Smart Building Infrastructures along with that exploring case studies, solutions and companies which are driving this fast growing market. Product developments in construction and urban lighting will form the key exhibition area to over 100 participants that will be present at the summit.  

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sobia.jameel@fleminggulf.com

Ph: +91 08 4900 5047

Web site : http://www.fleminggulf.com/conferenceview/GCC-Infra-Lighting-Concepts-Summit/427
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