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LuxLive Supplement


Make sure you’re up to speed on all the great seminars taking place during LuxLive 2011!


Wednesday 9 November EcoLight Conference


10.00am ‘Keynote Session: The role of lighting in the UK’s low carbon future’ Tom Delay, CEO, Carbon Trust


Lighting in Offices


10.40am - ‘Best practice exemplar: Nomura, London’


Roger Dangell, Meit Associates and Peter Le Manquais


11.20am - ‘Best practice: PricewaterhouseCoopers HQ, More London’ Mark Ridler, BDP and a representative of PwC


Retail Lighting


2.00pm - ‘Managing lighting in retail estates to improve the bottom line’ Barry Ayling, John Lewis Partnership & Dave Tilley, Lux magazine’s Lighting Economist


2.30pm - ‘Best practice exemplar: M&S’ Sheffield Stephen Dean, LAPD


3.30pm - ‘What clients want’ Neil Painter, head of lighting at Nando’s


4.10pm - ‘Five quick wins to cutting your carbon’ Nick Clark, Thorn Energy Solutions


4.35pm - ‘Lighting Surgery’ Nick Clark, Thorn Energy Solutions


Tech Theatre


10.00am - ‘Internet lamps – the future of control?’ Jim Crowcroft VP of marketing at TCP


10.35am - ‘Luminaires – the new Wi-Fi’ Dr Gordon Povey, CEO of VLC


ECA Masterclasses


11.15am - ‘Becoming a low energy business: The benefits’ Bill Wright, head of energy solutions, ECA


11.50am - ‘LEDs and low energy lighting: Opportunities for contractors’ Giuliano Digilio, head of technical services, ECA


12.25am - ‘Emergency lighting: BAFE standard SP203 explained’ Stephen Adams, British Approvals for Fire Equipment (BAFE)


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2.00pm - ‘Large lighting projects: The opportunities for investors in association with CleanTech magazine and Rushlight Events’ Chaired by Clive Hall and Anne McIvor


SLL Masterclasses


2.45pm - ‘Lighting: The energy challenges’ Iain Macrae, Thorn


3.50pm - ‘Lighting for wellbeing’ Mike Simpson, Philips


Design Hub in association with the PLDA


10.00am - ‘Keynote session: Designing on an Epic Scale’ Beau McClellan, Lighting designer


10.45am ‘Projects Uncovered: H&M’ Richard Bolt, DPA


12.15pm - ‘Projects Uncovered: Wellcome Wing, Science Museum’ Jonathan Howard, DHA Design


2.00pm - ‘Projects Uncovered: Tanfield office, Edinburgh’ Kevin Shaw, KSLD


3.00pm - ‘Projects Uncovered’ Simon Thorp/Steve Dean, LAPD


LuxLive Forums 10.30am - ‘LEDs: Ready for retail?’


1.00pm - ‘Overcoming the barriers to lighting refits’


Thursday 10 November EcoLight Conference


10.00am - ‘Keynote: Olympic Park and public realm - The lighting legacy’ Michael Grubb, Sutton Vane Associates


10.30am - ‘Lighting Masterplan for the Olympic park and lighting design for the Olympic Athletes Village – the vision’


11.55am - ‘Five ways to tackle a legacy of outdated lighting’ Lux publisher Gordon Routledge


2.00pm - ‘Financing your lighting projects without affecting your balance sheet’ Myles McCarthy, Carbon Trust Implementation.


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2.30pm - ‘Best practice: March Foods, Cambridgeshire’ Richard Gill, Dialight.


3.30pm - Best practice: Rotherham Hospital Andrew Bissell, Cundall,


Tech Theatre


10.00am - ‘ILP National Keynote Session: Managing public lighting in difficult times’ Nigel Parry, Array Lighting.


SLL Masterclasses 10.45am - ‘Taking control of refurbishment’ Stewart Langdown, Tridonic


12.00pm - ‘Designing for energy reduction’ Liz Peck, Society of Light and Lighting


2.00pm - ‘ILP London and South Eastern regional technical meeting - LED streetlighting: Separating myths from reality.’


SLL Masterclass


2.40pm - ‘Meeting the new workplace standards’ Peter Le Manquais, Wila.


3.40pm - ‘Light Nuisance - An international perspective’ Lighting designer and Lighting Journal editor Carl Gardner


Design Hub in association with the PLDA


10.45am - ‘Projects Uncovered: South Marsh public space’ Admir Jukanovic, Mindseye


11.45am ‘Projects Uncovered’ Rob Honeywill, MBLD


2.00pm - ‘Projects Uncovered’ Mark Sutton-Vane, SVA


2.30pm - ‘Projects Uncovered’ Paul Nulty, Paul Nulty Lighting


LuxLive Forums


10.00am ‘Office Lighting: Fluorescent v LED - which way to jump?’


1.00pm - ‘Cutting light levels in retail: Mission impossible?’


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