Tasmanian Councils: Strong Advocacy Delivers $7.1 Million Street Lighting Savings

With a click of the fingers Tasmanian councils have saved a whopping $7.1m! This is hot off the press from the Local Government Association of…

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NSW LED Programs Update and #Fake #News: Smart Controls, Specifications, Prices, Timing, Gifting and Tax!

There’s a fair bit going in NSW in relation to smart lighting. Many councils are starting to get in on the act and are following the gold standard for…

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PLC versus SAPN LED Tariff: Everything SA Councils Need to Know in Our Independent 3-Page Cheat Sheet

The move to LEDs is inescapable. All mercury vapour lights – which are the overwhelming majority of council lights – will change to LED. Nearly all…

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Minamata Starting to Bite: Change to LED or They’ll be Changed for You

Over the last few years Australian councils would have started hearing more about the Minamata Convention on Mercury, an international treaty designed…

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Smart Lighting Presentation Webinar Now Available!

The Smart lighting Program II Webinar that was presented on the 6th of December 2018 is now available below! This covers all details about the…

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Leading the Smart Lighting Revolution: Smart Lighting Program Mark II Now Open

Ironbark are again joining forces with local government associations to assist councils with upgrading their street lights. Now that many councils…

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Smart Lighting Program: FAQs

The Smart Lighting Program Mark II will again offer councils the opportunity to purchase LEDs directly from a standing panel of lighting suppliers…

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Australian Smart Lighting Pilots EOI Now Open!

In case you've been hiding in a cave, over 100 Australian councils have now changed over their street lights to energy efficient street lights such as…

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Avoiding Stranded Lighting Assets: Getting Ready for the Minamata Convention on Mercury

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is an international treaty designed to protect human health and the environment from mercury and mercury compounds.…

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SA Public Lighting Regulatory Changes and SAPN Contracts

As you’d be aware the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has confirmed that public lighting services in South Australia will be classified as…

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Energy Efficient Street Light Number 500,000 Installed in Australia

It's a special moment for councils around Australia with the 500,000th energy efficient street light installed. Light number 500,000 was installed in…

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Turtles, Prince Charles, Disney, Rum and Smart Lighting

On Thursday 15th February 2018 I was in a series of meetings with Bundaberg Regional Council in Queensland as we sought input in the development of…

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