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Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund
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NLPIP, the National Lighting Product Information Program, helps lighting professionals, contractors, designers, building managers, homeowners, and other consumers find and effectively use efficient, quality products that meet their lighting needs. With the support of government agencies, public benefit organizations, and electric utilities, NLPIP disseminates objective, accurate, timely, manufacturer-specific information about energy-efficient lighting products.

Established by the Lighting Research Center in 1990, NLPIP team members are LRC researchers—leading experts in efficient lighting, human factors and technology transfer. The NLPIP product testing laboratory is a non-manufacturer, NVLAP-accredited lab (NVLAP lab code: 200480-0).

NLPIP's research and product testing has included many products such as compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), T5 fluorescent systems, metal halide lamps, dimming ballasts, and occupancy sensors, as well as timely subjects such as light pollution, full-spectrum light sources, and light sources and color. Download the NLPIP Brochure (PDF).

Our mission is to rapidly provide the best information available on energy-efficient lighting products.


Contacting NLPIP
National Lighting Product Information Program
Lighting Research Center
21 Union Street
Troy, NY 12180-3352

Phone: (518) 687-7100
Fax: (518) 687-7120
Email: lrc@rpi.edu




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