WattStopper has created a YouTube channel in order to share its growing video library with a wider audience. Viewers can choose from numerous informative short subjects on topics ranging from installing specific controls to selecting high ROI control investments. The channel is updated frequently, and subscribers receive automatic notifications when new content is added. Viewers can watch the videos on mobile devices as well as their computers.
Encelium Technologies will showcase its innovative energy management and lighting control systems at GovEnergy 2011: A River of Energy Solutions Workshop and Trade Show, Booth #834, from Sunday, August 7 to Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. At the trade show, attendees will get an insider’s look at Encelium’s new Polaris 3D, its next generation of lighting control software for the company’s Energy Control System (ECS).
For Encelium Technologies, the future has never looked brighter. Installations of its hallmark Energy Control System (ECS) now exceed more than 35 million square feet and the company continues to post impressive annual sales increases. And just last year, Encelium secured $11 million in a financing round led by Siemens Venture Capital (SVC), the corporate venture capital organization of Siemens.
WattStopper has published a set of best practice solutions for classrooms to help specifiers and facility managers quickly identify and implement energy-saving lighting control solutions for these high-value spaces, which account for approximately $8 billion in energy costs annually in the U.S. The new online tool offers users a range of design options to meet different energy-savings goals, and provides a wealth of detailed information from wiring diagrams to equipment schedules. Solutions feature WattStopper’s Digital Lighting Management controls, which offer superior flexibility in installation and performance.
To better serve its rapidly growing customer base in Latin America and among the Spanish-speaking population in the United States, Universal Lighting Technologies recently launched the Spanish-language version of its company website. Visitors can access the new site directly at www.unvlt.com/espanol, or by visiting www.unvlt.com and clicking the ES icon at the top right of the screen.
Universal Lighting Technologies has been named a Platinum Supplier by IMARK Group, a member-owned association of more than 1,100 independently owned electrical distributors throughout the United States. In order to earn Platinum status, a manufacturing company must meet 11 out of 11 of IMARK’s annual goals for sales growth, member participation in exclusive marketing and promotion strategies, and an overall commitment to maximizing the success of its distribution partners. This is the second year in a row that IMARK has bestowed the distinction of Platinum Supplier on Universal Lighting Technologies.
Universal Lighting Technologies is now a part of the TVA’s Preferred Partners Network (PPN), an exclusive group of companies dedicated to helping their customers reduce energy use and monthly power bills. As a PPN member, Universal Lighting Technologies has been evaluated by the TVA and proven to provide effective solutions for improving energy efficiency. Universal Lighting Technologies is proud to support the TVA’s EnergyRight® Solutions for Business program, which provides information and financial assistance to help commercial and industrial companies achieve their energy efficiency goals. The PPN was established to connect businesses in the EnergyRight Solutions program with approved manufacturers and service providers who can develop and implement the appropriate energy-saving strategies for each customer’s specific needs.
Tom Hopper has joined Encelium Technologies as director of sales. In this new role, Hopper will spearhead and manage the company’s sales and marketing initiatives throughout the Northeast U.S. region.
Skipping Stone, Schneider Electric and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently announced the formation of a committee tasked with enhancing the current Demand Response LEED Pilot Credit. The team, led by Skipping Stone and composed of Schneider Electric and the Demand Response Research Center (DRRC) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, will collaborate on enhancing the credit to enable commercial building owners and LEED green building projects to earn credits in LEED for enrolling in utility or wholesale market demand response programs.
Universal Lighting Technologies is launching a new online eHID course at its award-winning e-Learning Center. Subjects covered include a history of eHID technology, an analysis of its performance and benefits, and a review of its most common applications, including a detailed replacement matrix for retrofitting magnetic HID systems.