We’re extremely excited to launch our LinkedIn Live Programme through a series of new digital sessions – ‘acdc Presents’. Beginning in August we will be joined by guest speakers who will be sharing their knowledge and experiences relating to lighting and the wider industry.

Our first LinkedIn Live will be broadcast directly from our LinkedIn page on Thursday 20th August at 10am GMT. We're incredibly excited to be joined by Geraldine O'Farrell, Senior Building Services Engineer for Historic England's Technical Conservation Team and author of the publication, 'External Lighting for Historic Buildings'.

Geraldine will discuss what should be considered when designing and installing external lighting for historic structures and their surroundings.

This educational talk will last for approximately 20 minutes, followed by the opportunity for attendees to ask questions.

Want to join us on the 20th? Simply make sure you’re following acdc on LinkedIn and be online at 10am!

You can follow us on LinkedIn by clicking here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/768714

Historic England – who are they?

Historic England is a public body that helps people care for, enjoy and celebrate England's spectacular historic environment. The organisation manages the National Heritage List for England which includes over 400,000 items including prehistoric monuments, parks, battlefields and office blocks.

The work of Historic England includes protecting historic places, providing conservation advice and advice on planning permissions. Their expert teams work with Government bodies, developers and local authorities to ensure England's heritage is respected, cherished and enhanced. Click below to learn more.


What’s to come?

Our second LinkedIn live broadcast will take place at the beginning of September, with acdc Head of Product Management Pete Blackburn discussing the ONE technology and how it can be used to light historic buildings. We’ve got plenty more sessions lined up – so make sure you’re signed up to see who we’ll be joined by in the coming weeks and months.