What do the Net Zero Emissions goals and the current energy crisis have in common? Both of them have led to measures, which aim to reduce CO2 emissions, save energy resources and reduce operational costs.
In light of the ongoing energy crisis, there is an urgent need to reduce energy costs, decrease the carbon footprint, and search for future-proof solutions.
TRILUX is the German market leader for technical lighting, so future technologies are an important part of its development strategy.
The next phase of the European Living Contrasts Program has started, which means that it is time to celebrate light in the CEE region.
But what does sustainability look like in practice? In our Living Contrasts program, we show the in-dustry how and where we are using intelligent solutions and strategies to minimize resource con-sumption and ecological footprints and drive forward the circular economy.
Some quality features of our luminaires can be quickly and easily proven with hard facts - such as the high efficiency and long service life. Many others can be seen in person and with one's own eyes in the TRILUX City, for example the excellent quality of light, the high-quality workmanship and the often award-winning design of our solutions.
TRILUX proudly presents BUW 17: an impressive building, known as the largest industrial building in Romania, with approximately 139,000 sqm gross leasable area (GLA).
TRILUX lighting scheme provides young learners the setting they deserve at Jedburgh Grammar Campus. The new £32m campus completed in 2020 was a partnership project between Hub Southeast, Scottish Borders Council, and BAM Construction Scotland.
V.Offices: Efficiency in office buildings has a new name. With a BREEAM score of 98.87 % - thanks to light management from TRILUX