|Advancing the effective use of light for society and the environment. |
| Wednesday, January 12, 2005 |
Utility Administrators: Learn About Lighting
The LRC is planning its first lighting seminar designed especially for utilities and public agencies responsible for energy conservation programs. Administrators and personnel are invited to attend the jam-packed two-day seminar titled, “What you always wanted to know about lighting but didn’t know who to ask,” scheduled for early May. The seminar will include topics such as:
Separating myth from reality on lighting technologies:
- T5 versus T8
- Are super T8s really super?
- Can full-spectrum lighting deliver on its promises?
Where and how does daylighting fit into new building design and construction?
- How do they work?
- Where do they belong?
- Do they really save energy?
Solid-state lighting and LEDs:
- What works today?
- What does the future really hold for this technology?
Using lighting as a distributed resource to control demand on utility systems, transmission lines, substations and circuits.
- Designing better lighting
- Exploring new technologies
Watch the April LRC newsletter and your mail for more details. If you wish to be put on the seminar mailing list, please contact Peter Morante at email@example.com.
The Lighting Research Center (LRC) is part of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is the leading university-based research center devoted to lighting. Founded in 1988, the Lighting Research Center has built an international reputation as a trusted and reliable source for objective information about lighting technologies, applications, and products. Its mission is to advance the effective use of light and create a positive legacy of change for society and the environment.
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