Gemma Lighting Limited was established to create an innovative concept for environmentally friendly lighting requirements. Drawing on vast experience of LED Technology since 2003, the team at Gemma Lighting have been designing, developing and manufacturing a new generation of LED lighting solutions for numerous applications, both indoors and out.
From our UK manufacturing facility in Portsmouth, Gemma Lighting’s products incorporate the very latest in power efficient Light Emitting Diodes (LED) technology.
LEDs produce a targeted light via optical lenses and avoid the use of filaments which can burn out or fracture.
Gemma’s products utilise mains power more efficiently than conventional lighting products which can significantly reduce energy consumption by up to 90%. Certain solutions can even generate and store energy using solar panels and solar power management systems; which is ideal if mains electricity is unavailable or not a cost effective option to install.
12 XL100 Sun LED Flood Light from Gemma Lighting Ltd.
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Prof. James Tour
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