The Future of the Lighting Market – What Will It Look Like?

Start Date
09/25/2018
End Date
09/25/2018
Description
Following over a decade of constant evolution and innovation, solid-state lighting has become the de facto lighting technology for high-performance, low-energy consumption, infinitely controllable lighting solutions. The advanced lighting technologies of today and tomorrow connect not only systems within a building, but also buildings to each other; and they promise not only quality lighting and lower energy bills, but also productivity, comfort, health benefits, and valuable data through a network of sensors and receptors. As the conversation moves away from energy savings and more towards the value of non-energy functionality, what is the impact on the roles of the utility and the utility rebate?
Location
Seattle, WA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
-Latest technology trends.
-Why utility rebates exist and how they work.
-Success of utility rebates in creating market appetite, driving technology innovation, and increasing customer satisfaction.
-Shifting utility landscape as technology becomes more efficient and prices fall.
-Overview of regional utility rebates.
-What’s next – how the role of the utility is shifting.
Instructors
Irina Rasputnis, Executive Director, Lighting Design Lab
Website Registration
Course Codes
LEDSS WA S1
Provider
Exponation, LLC


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