Recolight: how can the lighting industry become Net Zero (webinar: 27 May)

How can the lighting industry become Net Zero? 

The next Recolight Webinar on 27 May will discuss how the lighting industry can move to Net Zero.

An increasing number of companies have committed to it. A few have already got there.. Others are planning it. So what must a lighting company do to become net zero or carbon neutral?

“Achieving net zero is a challenge and doesn’t happen overnight, which is why it’s important to begin to take the first baby steps now. This webinar is a great baby step” Ray Molony

Our panel will share their experiences of the carbon zero journey. Introducing and chairing the session is Ray Molony, of Build Back Better Awards.

You will hear from: Maurice Loosschilder, Head of Sustainability Strategy & Reporting at Signify, Dave Hollingsbee, Managing Director, Stoane Lighting, Bill Skeates, Senior Sustainability & Compliance Manager for Sky, and Nigel Harvey, CEO at Recolight.

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Sharing what we have learned so far on our Net Zero journey might be a small but helpful step aiding others with similar intentions.” Dave Hollingsbee

Transformation to a circular economy and net zero is increasingly being seen as an essential requirement for manufacturing businesses. This will become ever more important as demand for resources rises, and energy costs increase. It also seems increasingly likely that commercial drivers, and legislative changes will make net zero a requirement of doing business.

Register for the Recolight Net Zero Webinar to be held on 27 May. It is free to attend, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions to the panel.

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