Look who’s gone Bright Green…
| ‘Story of JCB’ Exhibition Illuminated by Bright Green Technology|
June 29th, 2012
A permanent exhibition called ‘The Story of JCB’ has been opened at JCB’s World HQ in Rochester, charting the company’s links to industry.
JCB chairman, Sir Anthony Bamford, spoke of his pride at the new customer experience centre’s development and its pivotal role in winning new business, particularly in emerging markets.
| Tanqueray Bar – Goodwood Racecourse|
January 23rd, 2012
With just 10 days to specify, manufacture and install 30 LED panels for Glorious Goodwood there was no room for error
| Britain from the Air Illuminated by Bright Green LEDs|
November 22nd, 2010
A new application for Bright Green Matrix - reducing power by 90%, improving illumination quality and eliminating breakages in transit
| London Based Investment Company|
July 10th, 2009
By replacing the tubes in their large foyer sign with Bright Green Matrix, the client has saved energy, reduced their carbon footprint and eliminated maintenance
| Titan Worldwide|
November 18th, 2008
Bright illumination, significant energy reduction, zero maintenance and easy installation - all at Grand Central Terminal, the epicentre of the advertising world
| Imperial War Museum|
October 30th, 2008
High resolution graphics, 25mm depth displays, optimum brightness, no striping and incredible energy efficiency .. Bright Green Edge delivered all of this for the Ian Fleming exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London.
| CBS Outdoor|
December 3rd, 2007
Retrofittable. Power reduced from 480W to 58W. Elimination of maintenance costs. Green with envy!? Check out how CBS Outdoor reduced the overall power consumption of its New York subway sites….without experiencing any loss in illumination perception (in fact we bettered it!).
| JC Decaux|
November 28th, 2007
When JC Decaux won the advertising contract for Dublin’s state of the art light railway transit system, it had the unique opportunity to create from scratch the display ad formats for the two cylindrical columns that were positioned on each of the train system’s 30 stations…