Harvard Engineering, manufacturer of LeafNut, the innovative wireless street lighting monitoring and control system, has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation Category.
LeafNut has already been deployed by over 40 local authorities.
The Queen’s Award marks a period of real growth and success at Harvard, who also develops control gear and ballasts. Harvard employee numbers have doubled from 100 to over 200.
Harvard Engineering managing director John McDonnell told Lux: ‘It is a credit to the entire team.’
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