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DW Windsor LuxLive proved to be a very successful venture for DW Windsor, who was honoured to win the Award for Urban Lighting at the LUX Award Ceremony, which was held at Chelsea Football Ground on 9th November 2011. The award recognised the success of the scheme ‘Essex Street Steps London’ which used DW Windsor’s Garda handrail to illuminate the aging Victorian steps between the Royal Courts of Justice and Temple tube station. This saw off stiff competition from other lighting refurbishments in the public realm. www.dwwindsor.com


GE Lighting


GE Lighting was delighted to take part in the first LuxLive exhibition. It was a huge success for us; we enjoyed a busy stand throughout the show and were blown away by the positive response we received from visitors. The main messages that we hope visitors took away from the show is that GE is transforming and has a great core business that is constantly growing and developing. We also have a solid foothold in the LED market and can offer our customers the complete solution. LuxLive has driven the message home to end-users that lighting is not an insignificant part of energy, but 20% of their costs. All credit goes to Lux for broadening the message. www.gelighting.com


Advance


“LuxLive 2011 may have been smaller than previous exhibitions Advance have exhibited at, but it most certainly didn’t lack in quality. As well as being successful overall, the event was a huge success for Advance. Our stand took an energy efficiency theme and we showcased a variety of retail lighting solutions, including our brand new energy efficient LED light bars, which definitely drew in the crowds. I look forward to seeing what next year’s LuxLive brings.” Simon Deacon at Advance. www.advancelighting.co.uk


Helvar Helvar’s new look line up – recently appointed MD Paul Wilmshurst and Head of Sales for Components, Adrian Spicer - introduced a new range of LED drivers that combine high efficiency and long-life at LuxLive. The company also unveiled its new daylight harvesting sensor (MIMO3) and a new range of ballasts to improve efficiency and performance for use with compact fluorescent lamps. The uSee Hub control system also turned heads. The show coincided with Helvar’s 90th Anniversary and to celebrate a draw to win an iPad was held on the company’s stand. The lucky winner was Ben Acton of Hoare Lea. www.helvar.com


Recolight


Suzanne Castine, Marketing Manager at Recolight said: “The two day exhibition was a great opportunity for Recolight to sign up new businesses to its collection point network, and promote the benefits of belonging to the UK’s number one WEEE compliance scheme for lamps to new members. The Recolight team was very busy throughout the exhibition, meeting many prospective new collection points, and those already part of the network that came by the stand. We were impressed with the broad range of visitors - there were a good variety of job functions and industry sectors. We spoke to many people keen to learn about our free lamp recycling, along with prospective members wanting to join our compliance scheme.” www.recolight.co.uk


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