Exterior Lighting Best Practices & Networked Lighting Controls

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Exterior Lighting Best Practices & Networked Lighting Controls

Led by Eric Strandberg

As exterior lighting transitions to solid state (LED), there are many opportunities to deploy control strategies that were not possible before. We will explore the unique properties of LED luminaires, enhanced control, and data acquisition enabled by LED fixtures.

About Lighting Design Lab

“Build business value through validation and education that drives the adoption of energy-efficient lighting technologies and practices.”

When we opened our doors over 29 years ago, Lighting Design Lab was a two-year pilot project to help businesses, contractors, and lighting specifiers learn how to transition from traditional lighting products to more energy-efficient technologies, like LED.

Today, Lighting Design Lab focuses on the commercial & industrial market and offers lighting technology services and resources to electric utilities, energy efficiency organizations, and trade professionals.

We bring business value to our customers by ensuring they have the information, data, and education they need to make informed decisions about the adoption of energy-efficient lighting technologies and practices.

LDL is supported by a team of partner organizations, including Seattle City Light, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, Puget Sound Energy, Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), SnohomishPUD, Tacoma Power, Idaho Power, Energy Trust of Oregon, and BC Hydro.

Cover image by Seattle Design Pup.

Event Detail

February 18, 2020 9:00 am
February 18, 2020 11:00 am

Organizers

Lighting Design Lab