LiGO shortlisted for Building Technology of the Year Award

13 October 2015

Open Technology’s intelligent lighting control system, LiGO, has been shortlisted for Building Technology of the Year Award in the BusinessGreen Technology Awards 2015. The award recognises the most innovative and inspiring green building technologies that are working to cut environmental impacts and improve building performance.

LiGO is installed in some of the country’s most prestigious and challenging buildings. The system consistently achieves up to 40% energy savings for our customers, but is much more than just an automated system for turning lights on and off. LiGO is able to control lighting according to a wide range of parameters including available daylight, varying building use, presence detection and time control, through a solution that is simple and cost-efficient.

LiGO lighting control


With help from LiGO…

  • Europe’s busiest train station is able to save energy automatically by keeping light levels to a minimum while ensuring the safety of passengers.
  • Nottingham Trent University has been recognised as one of the UK’s greenest, with a library that has achieved the BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating and an EPC of A.
  • The National Gallery in London can protect precious collections of artwork, while creating an enjoyable experience for tens of thousands of visitors. The gallery has avoided 417 tonnes of CO2 emissions and saved close to £100,000 per year in energy bills and maintenance.

National Gallery interior LiGO

The BusinessGreen Technology Awards celebrate the most exciting and innovative clean technologies in the UK. The categories cover every facet of the cleantech sector, including awards for the Best App, Solar Innovation, Smart City Technology, and Breakthrough of the Year. An expert panel of independent judges will select the winners and highly commended entries. The full list of categories can be found here. The winners will be announced on the afternoon of Friday, 27 November.