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News & Business Carbon Neutral Solutions from Abacus

Abacus Lighting has announced Carbon Neutral options on their entire product range. The company has always had a focus on its ‘Green Commitment’, which has been based around using light efficiently and effectively. As part of this commitment, their focus is being increased to include offering customers the ability to have a Carbon Neutral lighting system for the first 12 months of operation. Marketing Director, Ian Smith, commented. “Our customers demand a lighting system which is high performing whilst being as environmentally conscious as possible, for both LED and traditional lighting technology. We are delighted to be able to provide them with a great solution where the Carbon saved becomes their property”.

Cally Bacchus Resigns from A.C. Entertainment Technologies

Cally Bacchus, International Sales Director of A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd. has announced his resignation. His departure will take effect on the 18th December, and he will continue in his position until then to allow a period of transition for AC-ET to fill the role. Bacchus has represented AC-ET at a number of international trade shows and has built strong working relationships with a number of customers and suppliers. “I am proud to have been part of AC-ET for the past 15 years, and have thoroughly enjoyed working with such a long established and experienced sales team,” explains Bacchus. “I wish the company every success in the future and have no doubt that it will continue to offer excellent service and supports to its overseas customer base.” AC-ET Managing Director, Phill Capstick comments; “I would like to thank Cally for the contribution he has made over the past 15 years, and wish him all the best for the future.”

Harvard Engineering Award Nomination

UK-based Harvard Engineering, who design, develop and manufacture LED drivers and control products for the lighting industry, is delighted to announce the company has been selected as a UK National Finalist for the 2012/13 European Business Awards. Harvard will now compete for National Champion status in the next round of the competition. John McDonnell, managing director at Harvard Engineering, commented;

“We are really excited and proud to be representing the United Kingdom in the 2012/13 European Business Awards. It is an honour to be recognised as one of the leading companies in the UK. We are looking forward to the next round of the competition.” The next step is for Harvard to submit a video entry to be assessed by the judging panel, as well as to be used for voting by the general public. Businesses with the most votes in each nation will automatically be given the title of National Champion. Voting for the award will open on the European Business Awards website on 6th - 25th September 2012.

New LED Lighting Solution for Vineyard Church Provided by Entec

The Vineyard Church in St. Albans has invested in an LED stage lighting solution provided by London-based Entec Sound and Light’s lighting division. The Church has updated the current system, allowing for future developments down the line. The Church’s hall is a converted warehouse that seats 750 people. It’s high capacity and modern design means that the hall is often used for services and events, involving anything from speeches to live music performances. The basic brief for the project was to update the stage lighting to create a more eco-friendly and versatile lighting system that would reduce their long-term running costs. Entec recommended the 11-inch ETC Selador Vivid fixtures for the main lighting rig, which contain seven colours of LEDs to provide a great range of pastel and saturate colour options.


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