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Workshop: Helping you Switch to Energy Efficient Street Lighting

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Where: Lighting Industry Academy, Stafford Park 7, Telford, TF3 3BQ

When: 28th March 2018

Registration at 9:15, workshop 9:30 – 4:30 with lunch and coffee breaks 

Cost: FREE

Upgrading street lighting to more efficient LED technology can offer huge benefits – lower energy costs, controllability, improved landscape aesthetics and reduced light pollution, and enhanced safety for pedestrians and motorists.  Yet only around 1 in 5 of the street lights in the UK is currently LED.  This FREE workshop is designed to help that transition, and offers the opportunity to learn from some of the most experienced names in lighting.

Embarking on a street lighting project has many challenges, such as ensuring sound system design, use of quality products, and an appropriate control strategy; but as has been seen in a number of cases already, a switch to LED street lighting offers significant cost savings in the current climate of council funding pressures, as well as contributing to carbon reduction targets.


The workshop will help set you on your way to planning and implementing a successful street lighting upgrade, looking at:

  • Introduction to LED street and road lighting
  • Applications and solutions to different challenges
  • Design considerations for different areas
  • Control systems and strategies
  • Procurement, funding and making a business case

Delegates will also receive copies of the Premium Light Pro Outdoor lighting guidance and procurement criteria brochures.

Is this course for you?

This training course is suitable for a wide audience, including staff that have no previous knowledge or experience with lighting. In particular it will be useful to those working in public sector procurement, sustainability or energy management.

Places are limited to ensure delegates get the most out of the day, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to come to the Academy and learn from the best in the industry.

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