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The conference agenda for euroLED 2012 brings together major lighting companies, end users and industry specialists to provide key industry insight, topical case studies and technical market data. The conference will include: An update on the lighting performance standards within North America: Mike Grather, Primary Designated Engineer,


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Lighting Performance, UL/LTL, and Chairman, IES TPC COMMITTEE, USA. The role of LEDs within the London 2012 Olympic Park: Michael Grubb, Director, SUTTON VANE ASSOCIATES and ODA Learning Legacy Ambassador for Lighting, UK.


LED performance - Future trends: Hideki Kaneguchi, Deputy Managing Director,


NICHIA EUROPE, Netherlands. European perspective on the SSL industry and information regarding the Solid State Lighting Green Paper: Martyn Chamberlain, European Commission. Market opportunities in the Indian lighting market: Deepa Doraiswamy of Frost & Sullivan.


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