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SLL - Light2Perform 

Light2Perform brings together lighting professionals, electrical engineers, facilities managers, digital engineers, and many more to discuss the key topics relating to anyone who works with light and lighting.

With a programme carefully curated by the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL), Light2Perform offers two full days of the most up to date lighting content. Following a successful debut in 2023, Light2Perform will be returning this year, as part of CIBSE Build2Perform Live on 13-14 November at the Excel, London.

Speakers will be delivering focused, fast paced and informative presentations, useful to all who are involved in the design, specification, running and maintaining of lighting systems.

Presentations will cover a circular economy in lighting; embodied and operational carbon; retrofit; emergency lighting; the internet of things; the role smart lighting plays in improving building performance.

Alongside lively discussion and debate, the Society of Light and Lighting invite you to join for networking and lunch, where you will have the opportunity to meet leaders within lighting design, manufacturing, and guidance.


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SLL - Who are we: 

With over 3300 members globally, the Society of Light and Lighting (SLL) is recognised as an authority on lighting and welcomes all who are interested in any aspect of the world of light, lighting, and its design or application. Lighting designers, consulting engineers, researchers, students, academics, manufacturers, sales staff and many more all contribute to and are members of the SLL..

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L2P Highights 2023:

Check out the standout moments from last year: 

  • Teresa Aguilar Carrasco was named SLL Young Lighter 2023 with her project, CircaLight, a new circadian light assessment tool for the Grasshopper environment
  • The conference feautured the launch of LG7 Lighting for offices and LG14 Control of electric lighting.
  • The BSR’s deputy chief inspector of buildings, Chris Griffin-McTiernan, gave a keynote
 ‘Lighting is an essential aspect of any building project and can significantly affect building users experience of a space. We need to make sure it’s part of the conversation at an early stage of any project. This dedicated lighting area at Build2Perform will help foster better connections between the lighting community and the wider built environment.’
Helen Loomes, SLL President

Sessions featured will look at: 

  • New sessions for 2024 TBC

SLL Young Lighter 2023


Teresa Aguilar Carrasco was named SLL Young Lighter 2023 with her project, CircaLight, a new circadian light assessment tool for Grasshopper environment.

This year’s final was hosted by SLL President-Elect, Dan Lister FSLL and took place at LiGHT23 on the 21st November, with all four finalists delivering their presentations to a live audience of their peers. Teresa was announced as the 29th SLL Young Lighter winner at Light2Perform on 5th December 2023 at ExCel

SLL young lighter of the year 23


SLL and CIBSE are proud to partner with Recolight who are running a major event alongside build2Perform 2024 and light2perform. 

Recolight are the UK's leading specialist WEEE compliance scheme for the lighting industry.

Recolight are delighted to be partnering with CIBSE and the SLL for Light2Perform. The event is a great opportunity to cover a wide range of lighting issuesm as a part of the wider Build2Perform exhibition

Nigel Harvey, CEO, Recolight

2023 Light2Perform interviews: 

2023 Tamlite Lighting interview: 

2023 Themes: 

Key themes for Light2Perform 2023 included:

  • Emergency lighting
  • External lighting
  • Dark skies
  • Light pollution,
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Regulation
  • Sustainability.

L2P supporters

tamlite stand at B2P 2023

Interested in getting involved?

Light2Perform Organiser