SLIC Decision Support Tool for Sustainable Public Lighting Workshop

In March 2020, the University of Portsmouth will host a workshop which targets knowledge exchange in the area of sustainable public lighting and the development of a tool for supporting decision and policymakers. This is a one-day workshop open to the public on Thursday 12 March 2020. The workshop is free to attend, but booking is essential.

The SLIC project

The SLIC Smart Light Concepts project funded by EU Interreg 2-Seas aims to develop and test innovative techniques, methods, tools and concepts for energy savings, energy efficiency and renewable energy use in public lighting. These include a decision support tool, funding models, business cases, public engagement, and a cross-border knowledge platform.

Why attend?

The aim of this workshop is to bring together academics, technology decision-makers, and policymakers to discuss the potential and relevance of the use of Decision Support Tools for sustainable public lighting to get feedback on the tool we have developed for the SLIC project. You'll hear from key academics and stakeholders on the project, and take part in discussions about the potential environmental and social impacts.  


Car parking is included, but delegates need to enter their car registrations at the front desk of the hotel.


If you need any information on the event or have any questions, please contact Dr Hassana Abdullahi

Twitter: @hassana_h_a

Telephone: 023 9284 2572

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