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Lighting the Next Wave of Energy Efficiency (Efficiency Works Training)
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An Efficiency Works training . . . Kyle Hemmi (CLEAResult) shares insights on current and future LED and control technologies, including ways the technology can maximize energy savings in various building types. Approved for 1.5 LU/HSW for AIA CEUs.

When: 2/18/2015
8:30-10:00 AM
Where: Community Room
215 N. Mason St.
Fort Collins, Colorado 

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An Efficiency Works training.

Kyle Hemmi (CLEAResult) shares insights on current and future LED and control technologies, including ways the technology can maximize energy savings in various building types.

With LEDs and advanced lighting controls quickly maturing and prices for both dropping steadily, numerous additional opportunities for cost-effective lighting upgrades are now accessible. Join us for an engaging hands-on update that details the latest in LED technology and provides a glimpse into the future of the imminent LED lighting revolution that is upon us. Find out what is new with lighting controls, as wireless options now abound and are getting more economical each day, in great part because of how easily they integrate with LEDs. We'll explore a wide variety of the best and most challenging lighting upgrade opportunities, review some example case studies for each and give you an opportunity to see and play with some of the best-available products on the market. Don't miss this opportunity to get all your lighting questions answered during this exciting time for lighting.

Approved for 1.5 LU/HSW for AIA CEUs.

Kyle Hemmi provides technical leadership and support for lighting energy efficiency projects and programs throughout North America. He brings over 18 years of lighting and controls experience to the position, supporting engineering consulting services to utility, commercial and industrial (C&I) clients with an emphasis on specification, design, evaluation, and measurement & verification (M&V) in lighting efficiency projects and programs. In addition to M&V tasks such as inspections, spot measurements, metering, and deemed savings development, Kyle has delivered presentations and training to more than 7,000 professionals on a variety of specialized topics like LED product performance and standards, lighting economics, lighting controls, and C&I building automation. He is certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP), serves on the DesignLights Consortium’s (DLC)® Technical Steering Committee and in several other leadership roles and committee positions within the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). 

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