HEP Plasma Grow-Lights for Horticulture

The world faces major challenges in food security whilst dealing with scarcities of land, water and energy and issues of globalisation and climate change. Ceravision’s HEP plasma lighting is helping to tackle these global issues. HEP enables the design of bespoke spectral outputs for horticulture grow-lights to suit specific plants or growing cycles, helping to innovate plants for new medicines and deliver UV-C for sterilisation. Our unique UV420 plasma grow-light delivers blue light, UV-A and UV-B, and green light spectra to influence plant physiology for improved nutrition and taste, and increased crop yields. We are exploring opportunities in high value food and medicinal crops and new food sources, including algae and breeding insects.

ionCORE® Technology

Ceravision's innovative plasma lighting, built around the ionCORE™ light engine, provides flexibility in spectral output and is suitable for commercial applications. It is ideally suited for horticulture grow-lighting.


In horticulture, the UV420 plasma grow-light delivers to plants the essential blue-light - UV-A and UV-B, missing from other grow-lights, along with green light, to add value, reduce costs and increase crop yields.


The Environment is at the heart of all we do as we develop the HEP plasma lighting to address global challenges in food security, water supply and energy efficiency. And we aim to ensure our components and processes minimise environmental impacts.

Further Information

Future Applications

Offering flexible spectral outputs, Ceravision's HEP plasma lighting offers added-value and economic solutions in horticulture grow-lighting and other commercial applications.

HEP Plasma Lighting Technology

Ceravision’s HEP plasma grow-lights, with a unique spectrum providing essential blue, UV-A, UV-B and green light, herald a new future for horticulture lighting; and they can be tailored to suit different plants and outcomes.

Intellectual Property

Ceravision maintains an extensive Intellectual Property (“IP”) portfolio comprising Patents, Trade Marks and Design Rights.

Featured News

Ceravision is now a member of UV4Plants - the recently formed International Association for Plant UV Research


Ceravision delivering the first of its UV420 plasma UVA and UVB Grow-lights to The Greenhouse Effect


Ceravision's new UV420 plasma grow-light is shown at Autopot Summer Social 18th - 19th August 2018.