Philips Lighting sets spotlight on new 2020 carbon and energy goals

Michael Holder
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Philips Lighting sets spotlight on new 2020 carbon and energy goals

Lighting giant calls for all new buildings to use LED lighting by 2020

Philips Lighting has set out a wide-ranging new five year sustainability programme, including a goal of deriving 80 per cent of its turnover from products, systems and services which "provide environmental...

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