Our dedicated team at IIIEE, consisting of 14 MESPOM students and associate professors Thomas Lindhqvist & Mikael Backman. Lighting Metropolis & the International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE)
Lighting Metropolis is joining forces with another Interreg project, Cleantech TIPP (Cleantech Testbed for Innovative Public Procurement) to develop clearer legal guidelines for how to better utilise EU’s new
The Swedish magazine ‘Landscape’ features an article about the city of Malmö’s innovative approach to light, in general, and their contribution to Lighting Metropolis in particular in their latest issue.
The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University invites all partners of Lighting Metropolis to a half day seminar on December 15, for presentation of state-of-the-art knowledge
On December 7th, the city of Roskilde invites Lighting Metropolis partners to celebrate the opening of their first demonstration project in collaboration with Aalborg University’s lighting design students, at Musicon.
Copenhagen Capacity, the official organization for investment, promotion and business development in Greater Copenhagen, are offering interested companies across Greater Copenhagen the opportunity to meet five of South Korea’s largest lighting
Philips is taking light beyond illumination, with its connected systems. Philips has been revolutionizing lighting for over 125 years. They pioneered the world changing development of electric light and LED,