Zumtobel and Austrian Energy Utility Gear Up Their Lighting-As-A-Service Alliance

While the lighting industry is indeed busy seeking partnerships with information technology firms to help chase the Internet of Things (IoT), Zumtobel Group has served a reminder that another industry — energy — can also provide synergies worthy of alliances,

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Logistics as a Service, L(o)aaS by Steve Bryne, COO at Facility Solutions Group

LaaS may not be what you think it is. In the disrupted world of lighting distribution, the paths to market are ever changing. Manufacturers find themselves partnering with end users and traditional supply chain customers to bring products and solutions

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Blog


For Rent: Lighting as a Service by Chuck Ross

A combination of rapidly advancing technology and a change in U.S. accounting standards is encouraging a new business model for financing lighting and other energy-system upgrades. It’s not often that electrical contractors pay much attention to accounting practices beyond their

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Featured Articles


SUSI Partners Agrees to Finance Philips Lighting’s Lighting as a Service for European Customers

Philips Lighting to deploy Light as a Service (LaaS) projects throughout Europe to help lighting customers upgrade their lighting to more energy-efficient alternatives and reduce carbon emissions. Philips Lighting’s LaaS business model includes the design, building, operation and maintenance of

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Global Revenue for Lighting as a Service Expected to Reach $2.6 Billion by 2026

Energy efficient decision makers within the commercial building industry struggle with the plethora of lighting product and controls available on the market. As a result of this struggle, the market is seeing a shift in how lighting and other building

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in research


Metals Firm Pioneers ‘Lighting as Service’ Contract

Aluminium Gmbh, which supplies metal extrusions, is paying for the replacement of the ageing lighting at its factory complex outside Dortmund with a fixed monthly rate payable over six years. In all, some eight production halls have been fitted with

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Zumtobel Lighting-as-a-Service Deal Guarantees Light Levels and Energy Savings

Zumtobel Group’s new services operation has announced its first LaaS installation, at an Austrian plastics factory that is spending nothing upfront on new LED lighting but is instead paying a monthly fee for guaranteed lighting levels and energy reduction. The

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Philips Launches Wireless Smart Office Lighting Rather Than PoE to Reach the Masses

Philips Lighting today launched a wireless lighting-as-a-service (LaaS) initiative for commercial offices, hoping to convince building managers to implement smart Internet-connected lighting schemes that Philips has addressed to date with more expensive wired offerings based on Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Finished: The Whole Customer Value-Added Proposition by Bill Attardi

Ok, I’m back…….to finish my previous blog: The Whole Customer Value-Added Proposition. Let me define what I mean before I relate it to the lighting industry. Much has been written about the value proposition, the almost holy value proposition. You

Tagged with: , , , , ,
Posted in Blog


Philips & Turntoo Selling Light as a Service

Architect Thomas Rau of RAUArchitects worked with Philips to purchase light as a service. The end result was a bespoke ‘pay-per-lux’ intelligent lighting system to fit the requirements of the space, at a manageable price. Philips retain control over the

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Case Studies, Manufacturer


Lighting as a Service by Navigant Research

LaaS defined as the third-party management of a lighting system that may include additional technical, maintenance, financial, or other services. Navigant Research predicts global LaaS revenue will grow from $35.2 million in 2016 to $1.6 billion in 2025. The lighting

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in research


The IoT Will Transform Companies from Product Sellers into Service Firms (LaaS)

Rowan Trollope, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco’s IoT and applications group, said that by embedding chips in products — such as lamps — and connecting them to the Internet, companies can stay in constant touch with customers,

Tagged with: , , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Lunera Lighting Introduces LightStream Lighting as a Service (LaaS)

Available now, LightStream https://www.lunera.com/lightstream/ is a turnkey service that allows building owners and operators to upgrade their commercial lighting infrastructure to LED with zero capital expense (CapEx). This approach enables lighting to be treated as a monthly service. LightStream LaaS

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Industry News


Global Revenue for Lighting as a Service Is Expected to Reach $1.6 Billion in 2025

A lack of experience with the new lighting and lighting controls products is giving way to LaaS, shifting the way the solutions involved in a modern lighting system are provided to building end users. According to a new report from

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in research


Featured Product


 

Featured Job

Senior Engineer, Quality

in Melville, NY – US

Featured Job Listing