Product as a service

Come fry with me: China uses waste cooking oil from restaurants to fuel commercial airline flight

Type of evidence: 

Author names: 

Tracy You

Source: 

Daily Mail

Year: 

2015

"Hainan Airlines completed China's first commercial flight using biofuel. Waste cooking oil is used as the raw material to mix with normal jet fuel. The Boeing 737-800 flew around 100 pas-sengers from Shanghai to Bejiing. A handful of countries pos-sesses the ability to create its own biofuel. Waste oil is major health problem in China as it is collected from gutters and sold back to restaurants" (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/...

Rethinking Lighting as a Service

Type of evidence: 

Author names: 

Dan Vinton

Source: 

LED Inside; GE

Year: 

2015

Dan Vinton, the CFO of Europe, Middle East, and Africa GE Lighting argues that LEDs and efficient, long-lasting lighting has led the lighting industry to look towards new options of revenue, one of which is selling light as a service. Because LEDs as a product cannot be sold as often as typical bulbs, lighting companies can begin to use Special Purchase Vehicles, where they can couple services with lighting, such as wifi, and smart technology. It also allows the customer tp enjoy energy savings and and increased control without having the burden of installing and maintaining the system.

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