Fionia Lighting Wins Green GOOD DESIGN Award
|The new super-efficient LED lighting system from Fionia Lighting is making massive savings in energy for glass-house agriculture. Plants only use part of the spectrum in visible light. The new Fionia LED lighting lets farmers tune the energy used in the lighting to exactly the part of spectrum that their plants need. The other parts of the light are simply saved.|
Up to 44% of the energy used in the lighting is saved in this way. A huge economic advantage and a significant green solution for the climate. The new DNgroup design of the lighting also collects and reuses the excess heat generated by the LED’s. Water cooling is harnessed and can be used for heating. The air-cooled system likewise.
Designed by DNgroup, new LED lighting system has won Green GOOD DESIGN award which is focused on architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning projects, product packaging and graphic designs.
From over 20 nations were awarded with Green GOOD DESIGN 2012, representing the world’s most important manufacturers and design firms leading Fortune 500 corporations that are forwarding a new emphasis on a more sustainable design an environment worldwide.
Green GOOD DESIGN identifies and emphasizes the world’s most important examples of sustainable design and to develop a public awareness program to the international general public about which companies are doing the best job in sustainable design for our world environments
The original GOOD DESIGN founded in Chicago in 1950 program remains the oldest and most important Awards program worldwide.
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