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IDL - Bozeman eNEWS - April 2013 - Vol. 6 No. 4

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Monday
Mar152010

Reminder Register Now!

Just a friendly reminder that Seattle's Lighting Design Lab is en-route to Bozeman to share with us what's new in the lighting design world!  On Wednesday April 28, the LDL will set up shop at the Homewood Suites for two lectures.

Registration is currently open. 
For more information go to lightingdesignlab.com

 

Schedule includes

Morning Session: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Impact of New Legislation on Lighting, presented by Andrew Pultorak, LC, MIES, will cover energy legislations as they relate to lighting legislation and codes that may impact your businesses.  He will answer questions like "Is the incandescent really being banned forever?" "Why am I hearing that T12 and some T8 lamps are going away?" and "How will these changes effect how I may need to comply with lighting energy codes?"

 

Lunch is included, with registration fee


Afternoon Session: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Effective Use of the Newest Lighting Controls -- Beyond the Basics, Effective Use of the Newest Lighting Controls -- Beyond the Basics, presented by Jeff Robbins, LC, MIES, will focus on complying with local energy codes with the use of occupancy sensors and daylight controls.  Recent advances in these technologies are making it easier to reach energy usage goals, but their correct operation is not easy to understand.

 
Cost is $30 per session, per attendee
(students and employees of LDL sponsors -- cost is $10 per session)

Wednesday April 28
Homewood Suites
1023 Baxter Lane, Bozeman 59715

Registration begins March 1 at lightingdesignlab.com

 

Seattle Lighting Design Lab



Effective Use of the Newest Lighting Controls -- Beyond the Basics, presented by Jeff Robbins, LC, MIES, will focus on complying with local energy codes with the use of occupancy sensors and daylight controls.  Recent advances in these technologies are making it easier to reach energy usage goals, but their correct operation is not easy to understand.