This presentation includes best practices in residential lighting design to comply with California's 2016/2019 Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards. This presentation, along with the Title 24 Residential Lighting Design Guide and What's New in Residential Lighting, are training materials for the Title 24 Residential course.
This presentation includes best practices in nonresidential lighting design to comply with California's 2016/2019 Title 24, Part 6 Building Energy Efficiency Standards, with specific examples included for office lighting projects.
Good retail lighting presents the store’s merchandise in a way that makes shopping a comfortable and engaging experience. In most retail applications, this involves maximizing illumination while minimizing the visibility of light sources. This allows customers to focus on what is being lit, versus the lighting itself. These modules are training materials for the Title 24 Retail course. This intermediate class is for professionals who design, specify, and/or inspect lighting installations in new and remodeled retail spaces.
On May 17, 2016, the OLED Coalition and California Lighting Technology Center collaborated to host the first OLED Lighting Workshop. Leaders in lighting design and manufacturing gathered to mold the future of OLED lighting. Stakeholders in attendance articulated their needs and ideas for maximizing the potential of OLED technology in today’s market.
The California's Energy Commission with California Lighting technology center & Energy Code Ace presentation. Information about what's new in code, energy standards, policy drivers and the regulation development process.
Presentation to ASHRAE Golden Gate Chapter
Presented by Konstantinos Papapmichael, Ph.D
Overview of human light sensing and processing, focusing on well-being and health effects, especially the effects of blue light on circadian rhythms. Lighting strategies and implementation technologies that support human well-being and health, considering key indoor and outdoor applications.
Philips Lighting University
Presented by Michael Siminovitch
In designing a lighting platform for exterior spaces, there are unique challenges to be met. Environments like academic and corporate campuses, as well as municipal entities, have varying needs and requirements. To accommodate for the time of day, the season and activities on site at any moment, the lighting will have to be flexible and highly customizable.
The LED Show 2014, Los Angeles, CA
Presented by Kelly Cunningham
Outreach Director Kelly Cunningham presented CLTC case study findings at The LED Show, September 16 in Los Angeles, CA. Attendees learned the results of indoor and outdoor lighting installations that paired LED sources with networked adaptive control systems. The presentation covered end-user feedback and data indicating energy savings of up to 90 percent.
2014 IES Street and Area Lighting Conference, Nashville, TN
Presented by Nicole Graeber
SSLNet Conference, University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus
Presented by Konstantinos Papamichael