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  • Commercial Lighting Control

    In the previous article, we talked about residential light control and how it's changed. In this article, we bring in the big guns, commercial and industrial lighting control.

    Electric utility bills are high for commercial buildings. And the lion's share of that cost comes from lighting. If you can control the lighting more efficiently, you stand a good chance of lowering electricity charges dramatically.

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  • GE Unveils New LED Technology, Intelligent Environments with LED

    GE Lighting has been busy in the LED world, rolling out new technology and promoting the concept of “Intelligent Environments” using smart-grid controls for LED deployments in streetlights, exterior and interior commercial lighting for office buildings and lighting at home.

    In May at LIGHTFAIR International, GE showed off intelligent environment solutions being rolled out in San Diego and Jacksonville, Florida. In Jacksonville, for instance, a pilot program is using LED bulbs equipped with sensors to help residents and visitors find parking in their cities.

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  • Using Dimming Controls to Harvest Natural Daylight

    “Daylight harvesting” is becoming a important element in many energy-efficiency codes, and sophisticated dimming equipment is a critical component in maximizing this strategy’s success. Put simply, daylight harvesting means using natural daylight to offset artificial electric lighting to make commercial environments more efficient – and more pleasant – places for working, shopping and other activities.

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  • Lutron’s Commercial Energy Codes, Controls and LEDs Seminar Helps Customers Design, Specify and Install Lighting Controls

    Lutron goes on the road to empower electrical contractors and engineers to exceed customers’ increasingly diverse LED controlling demands while complying with the latest energy codes.

    Lutron Electronics, will visit 10 major markets in 2015 with a brand new seminar that will help electrical contractors and engineers better meet the increasingly diverse demands of customers, while complying with rapidly-changing energy codes. The Commercial Energy Codes, Controls and LEDs Seminar will present attendees with impactful information and tools that will dramatically simplify the design, specification and installation of LED lighting controls in an increasingly energy-regulated world.

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