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Now that you know a little more about the show, we’ve done all the hard work for you and organised the best bits into a neat little guide – we’re nice that way!


The EcoLight Conference


A key segment of the event, the two-day show programme is packed with informative sessions on low-carbon lighting from world leading experts – aimed at helping those with large lighting estates transform their interiors and dramatically reduce energy bills. Speakers at the conference include Barry Ayling, Lighting Design Manager at John Lewis Partnership, who will be discussing how to create interiors that are conducive as a selling environment, whilst making huge savings to a company’s bottom line.


The Tech Theatre If you are coming to the event to learn about new technology, then The Tech Theatre is where you need to be. Sessions in the area will include Mike Simpson of Philips’ ‘Lighting for Wellbeing’ - a seminar highlighting how lighting can enhance patient experience within hospitals, improve concentration and behaviour in schools and help the mental health of the elderly in care homes. There will also be a


look at the ‘future of lighting technology’, which will include an explanation of Internet connected lighting which can be controlled by a smartphone.


The Design Hub – In Association


with PLDA This area will serve as a place for top lighting designers from across the world of the Professional Lighting Designers Association to share their knowledge of the industry. Here you will be able to find out about some of the best lighting projects in the world, and pick the brains of some of the best lighting designers around.


The Innovation Pavillion If you are interested in learning more about the next steps in lighting technology, then spend a little time at the Innovation Pavillion, where visitors can explore the latest technological innovations including lamps, LEDs and controls from existing and emerging new brands, with technical experts on hand to help explain new features.


The Designer in the House If its advice on new projects that you’re looking for, the Designer in the House is a great space where visitors can bring their plans along and get suggestions from an experienced professional who can guide you through ways to reduce energy consumption and create a great space. All the PLDA designers ask is that visitors make a small donation to the World Solar Aid Charity.


The Financing Clinic


Those lovely people at The Carbon Trust will be on hand at the Financing Clinic to talk visitors through the best way to fund lighting refurbishments in the most cost efficient ways possible.


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