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Institution of Lighting Professionals


ILP Annual Conference – 28th-30th September The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate


This years Annual Conferences, under the banner of


‘Sustainability in Lighting’ is the ideal event to meet and mingle with fellow lighting professionals. Together you’ll be able to gain and share knowledge on important topics, discover exciting new products and develop your competencies and skills. The full programme for this years conference has now been launched, so visit www.theilp.org.uk/sustain where you will find all the information you need.


To book your place at this or any other ILP event, please visit


www.theilp-events.org.uk Also


An updated version of our popular FREE publication, GUIDANCE


NOTES FOR THE REDUCTION OF OBTRUSIVE LIGHT is now available to download from our website


www.theilp.org.uk


News from the key industry bodies L 30


ighting Association


For more information Janet Lee on 01952 290 905 email janetl@lightingassociation.com


www.lightingassociation.com


On the home front, the Lighting Association and Lighting Industry Federation announced that they too are exploring ways to co-operate further, up to and including merging their operations. The ‘one voice’ argument becomes stronger every day and the message from Governments both at home and in Europe is that they prefer to talk with one organisation representing a sector.


The disruptive technology that is LEDs is bringing about some other changes. The European lighting industry is currently represented by two organisations; ELC or European Lamp Companies Federation, consisting of a number of the larger lamp manufacturers, and suppliers and CELMA, an association of EU trade associations representing principally the luminaire and component side of the industry. It is no longer quite so clear who are the light source suppliers and who are the luminaire suppliers. As both sides of the industry become involved in each other’s sector, it is almost inevitable that they would consider some form of merger, and these talks are currently underway.


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