Saving Money With Energy Efficient Lighting

Lighting technology is changing quickly.  Energy efficient lighting means far more than changing out incandescent for fluorescent bulbs. LED lighting options are expanding at a rapid rate, as are other new fixtures and controls. Lighting renovations can save energy and money while enhancing both indoor and outdoor work environments.

Come early (@ 12:30pm) for a light lunch and networking. 

WORKSHOP AGENDA

Welcome - David Berg and Neal Lewis, Climate Smart Communities

 

Lighting Basics - Kenny Greene, Magni-Flood Lighting

 

Lighting Types and Fixtures - Mike Ferraris, Electric Lighting Agencies Inc.

LEDs and the Future of Lighting - Jason Greene, Magni-Flood Lighting

 

Lighting Controls and Codes - Jeff Platzke, Philips Lighting

 

Outdoor Lighting Design - Michael DeGiglio, Cameron Engineering

PSEG's Insentives for Energy Efficient Lighting - John Cassano, PESG LI

Questions & Answers Session - Lessons learned, benefits and costs analyses, status of incentives and other ways to reduce the costs of installing energy efficient lighting upgrades, and more.

Email si@molloy.edu to RSVP

WHEN
October 22, 2014 at 1pm - 4pm
WHERE
Sustainability Institute at Molloy College
7180 Republic Airport
Farmingdale, NY 11735
United States
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