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Circular led solutions reusing existing lighting features

August 2020
Gallery Venus 1
Gallery Venus 1


Venus renews existing lighting fixtures, using state-of-the-art, fully certified, and individually adapted LED-solutions. Ability to upgrade any type of lighting fixture to LED. The solution thus works as regular lighting features and is being used as such.

Most lights today are designed to be thrown away after one usage, are not made to be detached and reconstructed, and are mainly made out of a mix of plastics which makes them very hard to recycle. Venus is trying to solve this problem by reusing existing lighting features. We produce circular LED solutions built on existing fixtures, which are functional, high-quality, and use energy-saving technology. The solution reuses waste such as fishnets to create lighting features that are made to be detached if one piece isn't working anymore which enables consumers to keep the same lighting feature for decades if wished.

Label Date August 31, 2020
From Denmark
Maturity stage Medium and large scale commercialization

The environmental benefits

  • 4000 Fischer Lighting lamps save 516,740 MJ.
  • 4000 Fischer Lighting lamps save 44,002 kg of CO2.
  • 4000 Fischer Lighting lamps save 4,677,820 liter of water.

The Financial benefits

  • Same initial cost as the mainstream alternative
  • Up to 50% Lower TCO

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Company Profile

Fischer Lighting ApS

We produce circular LED solutions built on existing fixtures, but offering all of the functionality, lighting quality and energy saving technology expected from state-of-the-art LED.

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Headquarters 2720 Vanløse, Denmark

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International Cleantech Network

The International Cleantech Network (ICN) is a global network of 13 cleantech clusters on the international forefront of providing innovative and sustainable solutions to meet the growing demand for green technologies.

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