Rugby Union team Harlequins will see the energy consumption used to light its stadium fall by two thirds after installing a new LED floodlighting system.
A project to replace thousands of streetlights with low-energy LEDs in the Scottish Borders has been expanded by a third and accelerated to complete two years ahead of schedule.
A school in Lincolnshire is aiming to become one of the greenest in the UK with a £900,000 investment in renewables.
Barking and Dagenham Council has secured a £6.8m loan from the Green Investment Bank to finance the replacement of nearly 15,000 traditional streetlights with energy-saving LED alternatives.
Solar PV, LED lighting and in-house sustainability competitions contributed towards a 10% fall in energy consumption.
A vacant warehouse at Glasgow Airport has received a £750,000 energy efficiency upgrade in order for it to meet new regulations that come into force today.
Bolton Council has revealed how it is to save millions of pounds on its energy bills by launching both solar PV and LED projects in its borders.
Lighting manufacturers will be able to continue taking advantage of a loophole in design regulations allowing them to make false energy performance claims after the European Commission voted to exclude the sector from stricter regulations.
Abellio Greater Anglia has concluded its current programme of energy efficiency upgrades following the completion of electrical and lighting improvements at several rail stations in East Anglia.
Swedish furniture manufacturer IKEA has announced that its entire range of lighting will be LEDs by September 2015.