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 Photo courtesy of Soraa

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.

England’s Ashmolean Museum Lights Up with LEDs

Soraa light engines and fiber-optic technologies give the museum's displays a fresh look for the long term.

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

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