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Trojan Lighting backs Circular Lighting Live 2024

Trojan backs Circular Lighting Live 2024

Trojan Lighting has thrown its backing behind Circular Lighting Live 2024.

The company – a specialist in energy saving and intelligent lighting for the commercial, retail and public sectors – joins Signify, Holophane Europe Ltd, Glamox, ASD Lighting PLC, Prime Light | Group, Mymesh by Chess UK, Stoane Lighting, BELL Lighting, Light Projects Evolve, LEDiMESH and Llumarlite Ltd in supporting the event, billed as the UK’s largest event dedicated to sustainable lighting.

The companies have signed sponsorship and exhibiting deals for the one-day conference and exhibition, organised by lighting industry sustainability champion Recolight.

’We’re really chuffed to have a brand like Trojan on board,’ says Nigel Harvey, CEO of Recolight. ‘The company has done some really impressive remanufacturing projects across the UK and are a perfect fit for our values of sustainability and circularity.’

Trojan has particular expertise and experience in adding intelligence – such as the Mymesh adaptive control platform – to luminaires during a remanufacturing project. Clients include the NHS, the Post Office and Landsec.

The event, taking place at the Royal College of Physicians in London on Wednesday 9 October 2024, is designed to inspire and educate in equal measure with a programme exploring innovation in best practice, inspirational projects and design and procurement.

It brings together lighting specifiers and suppliers to consider the practical ways we can collaborate to drive sustainability.

Free to specifiers, Circular Lighting Live 2024 feature leading experts, specifiers, innovators and policy makers who will share their insights into forthcoming standards and legislation, emerging technologies and new business models.

This year’s event is themed by Recolight’s Hierarchy of Lighting, a philosophy of prioritisation which emphasises reuse and refurbishment in lighting projects.
The keynote speaker is Signify chief design officer Ton Borsboom, who will explore how AI will accelerate product development and project design.

Rachel Hoolahan, associate at architectural practice Orms, will explain how a new material passport scheme will work for luminaires  while Kael Gillam, associate lighting designer at Hoare Lea, will untangle environmental data including EPDs, LCAs, TM66 and TM65.2.

Other speakers include Irene Mazzei, sustainability lead at Stoane Lighting, Jonathan Rush, director at Hoare Lea, Paul Beale, founder of 18 Degrees and Neil McLean, chairman of the LIA’s sustainability working group.

Ray Molony

Recolight Report is an independent guide to the latest developments in sustainable and circular lighting. Learn about the people, products, projects and processes that are shaping our industry’s low carbon future. Plus: explainers on the latest innovations, opinion from thought leaders and video interviews with leading disruptors. Edited by lighting expert, editor and industry figure Ray Molony.