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20th August, 2013

News about Hess and updates from the lighting industry

Our quarterly newsletter will keep you up to date with the latest news and inspiring projects from Hess and interesting industry information.

The time is ripe for energy efficient lighting solutions

High lighting quality - low operating costs

New legal requirements for public lighting and the gradual disappearance of "energy wasters" from the market, which include mercury vapour lamps that are still often used in street luminaires, have lead many German cities and municipalities to switch their lighting systems to energy-efficient lighting technologies such as LED. At the same time, they benefit from a high quality of light and low operating costs.
As an internationally established lighting specialist, Hess offers a range of high quality and technically advanced products for energy-efficient lighting of public spaces. The design and quality as well as the lighting technology optimally tailored to the particular use, the maintenance-friendly design, high-grade materials and quality workmanship distinguish Hess luminaires.
Hess is the perfect partner for cities and municipalities, architects and lighting designers when it comes to projected new installations or to the modernisation of existing luminaires. The specialists of Hess accompany decision-makers from the planning to the installation of the luminaires and develop, if necessary, individually tailored special solutions.

Products, projects and trends at a glance

Our quarterly newsletter informs with a versatile selection of topics on future-proof and sustainable lighting solutions for public areas, state funding opportunities as well as worldwide projects realised by Hess. New product developments also provide an insight into the wide range of design possibilities with Hess luminaires.

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