Announcing Circular Lighting Live

Recolight has announced Circular Lighting Live, the UK’s first major in person event dedicated to sustainable lighting. It will take place on 22 September, at the Cavendish Centre, London.

Established by Ray Molony, and Recolight and supported by LightingEurope and Defra, the event is a vital step on the industry’s journey to a low carbon, circular economy.

To understand this new landscape, the conference brings together leading experts, specifiers and policy makers to share their insights into forthcoming standards and legislation, emerging technologies and new business models.

Aimed at manufacturers, suppliers and specifiers, the presentations will give delegates vital insights that will drive their businesses forward and ensure they stay at the forefront of the sustainable lighting revolution.

The event includes a special sponsor programme for brands who share the aims and values of Circular Lighting Live and want to associate themselves with sustainable lighting and the circular economy.
Early confirmed speakers include John McRae, Director, Orms; Mark Ridler, Head of Lighting, BDP; Jonathan Rush, Director, Hoare Lea; Rania Georgoutsakou, Secretary General, LightingEurope; Peter Fordham, Electrical Engineering Design Manager, Sainsbury’s; James Butterworth, Senior Policy Officer, Defra; Nigel Harvey, CEO, Recolight; Ray Molony, Editor, Recolight Report; Simon Fisher, Director, F Mark; Sophie O’Rourke, Green Light Alliance; and Marcus Steffen, Principal, MS Lighting.

Nigel Harvey, Recolight CEO, says: “The Circular Economy will become one of the key tipping points in the development of the lighting industry. Recolight are delighted to be working with Ray Molony to support our sector as the pace of change towards greater sustainability accelerates.”

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