Industry partnerships play a critical role in moving products from the lab to the marketplace. CLTC partners with a variety of component, lamp, fixture, and controls manufacturers, as well as with California’s public campuses, utilities and state agencies, in fulfilling its mission to bring innovative, energy-saving products and practices into widespread use.

Download the Affiliate Gift Program brochure

Entech Solar

Entech Solar

Over the last three decades, Entech Solar has developed innovative, patented solar technologies, including sustainable daylighting solutions and concentrating photovoltaic (CPV) power systems for applications in commercial, industrial and utility markets. Entech Solar has also developed space CPV systems for power applications for NASA and the U.S. Department of Defense.


Finelite, Inc. is focused on making better lighting for a better workplace. It does that by providing fast delivery, great service and selling its fixtures at surprisingly low prices. Finelite fixtures are high performance and attractively styled for today's workplace. Finelite can deliver quality at a low price through superior engineering, investment in high-volume production tooling, fast-turn manufacturing capabilities, and a service attitude at every level of the firm.

Flow Lighting Technologies

Flow Lighting Technologies offers sensors and cloud-based software to enable better business management and more efficient building management.  Flow’s sensors are typically integrated with third-party, LED lighting solutions.  The secure wireless sensors and controls offer occupancy tracking (PIR and acoustic), temperature & humidity monitoring, daylight harvesting, energy management, and a multi-axis accelerometer.

Full Spectrum Solutions, Inc

Full Spectrum Solutions, Inc. was founded in Jackson, Michigan in 1995. Since the company’s inception it has developed numerous commercial and residential product lines, including EverLast® induction fixtures for commercial, industrial and roadway applications. EverLast® Smart Light Garage fixtures helped UC Davis win the 2009 Best Practice Award by incorporating step-dimming controls for increased pedestrian safety and unmatched energy savings.

GE Lighting

Founded in 1933, the Lighting & Electrical Institute at historic Nela Park in Cleveland, Ohio, was the first facility of its type in the world devoted solely to the teaching of lighting. Today, more than 4000 visitors a year experience the Lighting & Electrical Institute. With lighting and electrical system demonstrations and simulations, attendees are active participants in the workshops and discussions led by the Institute's world-renowned staff.


American Honda Motor Co., Inc. is a leader in the development of leading-edge technologies to improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions. In addition to vehicles, Honda has developed energy creation technologies such as CIGS thin-film solar cells and solar-powered hydrogen refueling stations intended for refueling fuel cell electric vehicles. In 2006, Honda became the first automaker to announce voluntary CO2 emissions reduction targets for its global fleet of automobile, powersports and power equipment products and its global network of manufacturing plants.

Ideal Industries, Inc.


IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. is a leading, global manufacturer of electrical connectors for the lighting industry. Ideal quickly brings innovative electrical components to market to address the needs of LED products and other lighting technologies.


Intermatic is the leader in time-based energy-control products. Since 1891, Intermatic has focused on developing and manufacturing products that control energy. Known for the "yellow-dial time clock," which is still popular, we have expanded our product offering to include time-based controls, occupancy/vacancy sensors, photocontrols, LED and HID lighting, surge protection, and weatherproof covers. We are dedicated to energy management and committed to providing you with energy-conscious solutions.


Recent News

CLTC is excited to release our What's New in 2019 Title 24, Part 6 for Residential Lighting publication!  Ca
CLTC is excited to release our What's New in 2019 Title 24, Part 6 for Nonresidential Lighting publication! 
The CLTC is excited to announce a new publication in our Lighting Best Practices series, the Daylight Harvesting