The 2022 CEE Integrated Home Competition submissions deadline has been extended to April 22, 2022.
The CEE Integrated Home Competition rewards market leaders whose connected home solutions not only provide energy savings and load management capability, but also deliver upon consumer expectations for interoperability, reliability, and simplicity.
The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced the four winners in Phase 1 of the DOE’s Lighting Prize (L-Prize®), including a networked LED luminaire with advanced controls that can be retrofitted in less than two minutes to an existing fluorescent luminaire.
Today, the Integrated Home Competition announced awards for 17 high quality and innovative designs that exemplify the four tenets of the CEE Integrated Home: energy savings, demand flexibility, consumer amenity, and security.
The Integrated Home Competition Sponsors are inviting the public to attend the 2021 Awards Announcement on December 8 at 3PM ET/12PM PT.
The Integrated Home Competition presents an opportunity for manufacturers of connected home solutions to gain recognition for their automated and interactive products that not only provide energy savings and load management capability, but also deliver upon consumer expectations for interoperability, reliability, and simplicity. Innovative industry leaders are rewarded through endorsement and promotion from competition sponsors and others.
The Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow organizers invite you to take a deeper dive into the 2020 award-winning products. Join competition judges Terry McGowan, American Lighting Association (ALA); Bethany Sparn, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL); and Tim Mosley, BC Hydro as they explain what aspects of the nine winning products they found particularly valuable and innovative.
The 2021 Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow (LHFT) competition recognized nine connected home products and platforms that deliver a compelling value proposition to both consumers and utilities.
LIGHTFAIR recently announced 14 winners of its 2020 LIGHTFAIR Innovation Awards, which recognize innovative products and designs introduced by 2020 exhibitors during the last 12 months. In the lighting controls category, 12 products were submitted to the 2020 awards, with RAB Lighting being recognized as both a category winner and with a Technical Innovation Award.
Leviton recently announced its GreenMAX® DRC Room Control System won the 2020 EC&M Product of the Year Award in the Lighting Controls Category. GreenMAX DRC provides a secure, simple, and scalable distributed control system that can manage virtually any type of lighting for any application or building size.