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Exploring the future of lighting at Powered On Live 2024

At Powered On Live 2024, a panel discussion is set to delve into the future prospects of the lighting industry, with a particular focus on the potential for expanding the use of LED lighting in commercial settings, where adoption rates have not kept pace with residential environments.

The discussion will be moderated by Dan Lister, President of the Society of Light and Lighting, and will feature insights from Matt Harwood, UKI Key Account Manager at Signify, and David Hunt, Managing Director at Glamox. The panel aims to evaluate the progress of the industry and explore additional strategies to enhance LED usage across commercial markets.

The significance of LED technology lies not only in its energy efficiency but also in its longer lifespan and improved light quality compared to traditional lighting solutions. LEDs can save up to 80% more energy than conventional bulbs and have a much lower carbon footprint​. This makes them a key player in reducing overall energy consumption and contributing to environmental sustainability – which will be key to the UK’s quest for net zero. 

This panel, which takes place on June 13,  will offer audience members the opportunity to hear from some of the biggest names in the industry, as well as directly interact with the panel members with questions of their own. 

For those wishing to register to attend Powered On Live 2024, registrations are open now at the Powered On Live website.

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