The orders finally seem to be rolling in for Swedish LED lighting specialist Heliospectra. Yesterday, the company announced that University of Sydney’s Centre of Carbon, Water and Food has purchased Heliospectra LED lighting solutions valued at $90,800 USD (823,601 SEK).
This is the third order within a month, which could be a sign that the commercialisation phase is gaining traction, following a massive marketing and sales boost over recent months.
The University of Sydney has been a customer of Heliospectra since 2013. The Centre of Carbon, Water and Food is retrofitting their controlled environment growth chambers and has selected Heliospectra’s LX601C intelligent lighting solution.
“Heliospectra’s state of the art lighting control system is recognized around the world for delivering real value to growers and researchers by providing the utmost flexibility and control of plant growth,” said Christopher Steele, COO. “We are proud to continue building our partnership with leading research institutions worldwide including the University of Sydney’s Centre for Carbon, Water and Food.”