Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
(November 23, 2010)

Huw Convery Joins LED Roadway Lighting Limited as UK National Sales Manager

Charles Cartmill, Chief Executive Officer of LED Roadway Lighting Limited (LRL), is pleased to announce the appointment of Huw Convery as UK National Sales Manager. Huw provides nearly 20 years of sales experience in a variety of industries, including 7 years in the lighting industry. Huw was most recently engaged as Area Sales Manager for Urbis Lighting in the UK. Prior to that, he was involved in the materials handling and pneumatic conveyor industries. Huw’s career path also includes serving as a Marine Engineering Office Cadet, and later as an Engineering Artificer in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Huw is based in Wales and is responsible for developing sales in the UK.

CEO Charles Cartmill commented, “Huw is an integral part of our UK sales strategy. The local market has been very receptive to LRL’s product advantages, and this, combined with Huw’s knowledge of the market will be a winning formula. This coming year will be an exciting time for LRL. In addition to rapid growth at our main production facility, we added manufacturing capability in the U.S. earlier this year, and are anticipating the addition of UK manufacturing in 2011.”

LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. is a Canadian-owned and operated clean technology company that designs and manufactures energy efficient LED streetlights and adaptive control solutions. Our goal is to create positive environmental change through the development of future-proof products and sustainable technology solutions. Our LED luminaires are designed to provide on-going maintenance savings, long-term energy savings, and a short return on investment for our customers. Our environmentally friendly luminaires improve safety and lighting quality while reducing energy consumption, light pollution, and carbon emissions. On average, our LED luminaires provide 60% energy savings versus conventional technology. Our smart street lighting products are installed worldwide in more than 60 countries.