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Rushlight Built Environment briefing: sustainable and energy efficient lighting

Start Date:20 Sep 11 

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Rushlight Events is delighted to announce our third briefing for built environment professionals and advisers that work in the sector which is taking place on Tuesday 20 September. This event, kindly hosted by Eversheds in London, will offer attendees a unique opportunity to hear from leading lighting specialists covering daylight maximisation, lighting technologies and lighting design solutions.

Confirmed speakers include Stephen Cannon-Brookes, the founder and principal of CB Lighting, Gordon Routledge, senior partner Ideas with Energy Ltd and Mark Ridler, lighting director at BDP. This event is eligible for CPD points for a number of professional organisations. For further details about the event, or to register for the event, please send an enquiry to Clive.


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