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.
National, state and local energy legislation is constantly changing making it challenging for industry professionals to stay on top of the latest direction of energy codes and energy-saving products. Electrical contractors and engineers are working on more and more major renovation and new commercial construction projects demanding that they be at the forefront of energy efficient products, including LED lighting control systems. Understanding the great need for information and guidance in this area, Lutron created the Commercial Energy Codes, Controls and LEDs Seminar to provide customers with information they can trust to help grow their businesses.
The free half-day seminar will feature two workshops:
· Codes & Standards – to clarify the core energy code requirements with real world terminology and examples.
· Controlling LEDs – to explain LED controls, how they operate, what makes them different and review best practices for delivering profitable, world-class LED control projects. Attendees of this workshop will have the opportunity to earn one American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credit.
During each seminar, attendees will have the opportunity to meet the Lutron team and learn about new energy-saving products and tools at a Technology Showcase that will run throughout the day. Attendees will also receive a Lutron Caséta® Wireless starter kit to experience wireless LED controls in their homes.
Lutron’s Commercial Energy Codes, Controls & LEDs Seminar will visit 10 major markets starting in March:
1. Washington, D.C. – March 3
2. New York – March 10
3. Miami – March 12
4. Houston – March 24
5. Dallas – March 26
6. Boston – March 31
7. San Francisco – April 21
8. Los Angeles – April 23
9. Chicago – May 14
10. Atlanta – May 21
To get more information about or to attend one of the seminars, contact your local Lutron Representative or email Jill Mondin here.