By employing the new Soraa LED light engines versus the previous halogen lamps, the museum expects to save nearly 75% in energy costs associated with lighting.
The showcases of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England, a centuries-old U.K. institution that displays art and artefacts from most of the world’s civilizations and is considered the oldest public museum in the world, now have a new lighting system to enhance the museum’s beauty. The Ashmolean Museum was opened in 1683 and moved to its current location in 1845. A major renovation in 2009 expanded the museum with 39 new galleries for displaying artefacts. In 2015, seeing the ...
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