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17 Top Lighting Startups and Companies in Ireland (2021)

This article showcases our top picks for the best Ireland based Lighting companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Lighting industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.

We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.

We selected these startups and companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:

  • Innovation
    • Innovative ideas
    • Innovative route to market
    • Innovative product
  • Growth
    • Exceptional growth
    • Exceptional growth strategy
  • Management
  • Societal impact

Top Ireland Lighting Startups

Data sourced from Crunchbase and SemRush.

Nualight

Nualight

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Nualight is a LED retail lighting company specializing in illuminating refrigerated displays and fresh food displays.

Lightly Technologies

Lightly Technologies

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Lightly Technologies develop innovative, ultra-thin LED light sources for a new generation of luminaire and lighting design

Lightly Technologies

InfiniLED

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The design, manufacture & sale of LED based optical and illumination modules.

Lightly Technologies

Cathx

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Ocean lighting, advanced subsea measurement systems for divers and underwater vehicles

Lightly Technologies

EcoLight

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Ecolight develop, specify and supply LED light products for a variety of applications for both the commercial market and the public sector.

Lightly Technologies

St. Killian Candle

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Patented candles and votive racks for churches

Lightly Technologies

Kingspan Light & Air

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Kingspan Light & Air designing and manufacturing daylighting, natural ventilation, and smoke management solutions.

Lightly Technologies

SELC

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SELC is engaged in developing clean energy solutions to significantly increase renewable energy project development growth worldwide.

Lightly Technologies

Epi-Light

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Epi-Light is a website that shows Light Fixtuers.

Lightly Technologies

Glowroute

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Glowroute is an Ireland-based company that provides fail-safe emergency lighting systems to enterprises and individuals.

Lightly Technologies

Eventech

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Eventech is a specialist for lighting and sound for corporate customers, and complete solutions for theaters (sound, lights, stages…).

Lightly Technologies

Ledspan Limited

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Ledspan provides innovative bespoke LED lighting designs with the latest technology for cleanrooms and pharmaceutical sectors.

Lightly Technologies

Celtic Product Development

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Environmentally friendly products

Lightly Technologies

Better Energy Management

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Better Energy Management works to make energy consumption cheaper for its clients and consumers.

Lightly Technologies

Vendek

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Vendek is a distributor of batteries and lighting products.

Lightly Technologies

PereGreen Energy

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PereGreen Energy delivers next-generation, LED-based lighting solutions to industrial clients.

Lightly Technologies

Project Lighting Equipment

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Project Lighting Equipment is the Irish Lighting Service Company.

Written by Mark Kendall

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