Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum Report
Ceravision were recently invited to exhibit and present at the first annual Rothamsted Open Innovation Forum, a new initiative designed to accelerate collaboration for the development of game-changing innovations addressing global food and nutrition security challenges.
Dr. Graeme Lister's presentation was extrememly well recieved and the level of interest in Ceravision's plasma lighting technology was overwhelming.
Representatives from huge 'game-players' in the horticulture market were invited to attend the conference and exhibition with a variety of very excitng contacts made.
The Rt Hon. George Freeman MP was also on hand to lend his support to new technologies in the horticulture market .
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.
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