Integrated Outdoor Lighting Solutions


The CLTC is providing an environment to test and evaluate an outdoor lighting solution comprised of components from multiple manufacturers. This test program is evaluating technology components from leading lighting manufacturers to evaluate performance and interoperability of smart lighting components from multiple manufacturers.  The solution for this test is comprised of outdoor light fixtures from Leotek, Xitanium SR LED Drivers from Philips Advance, network lighting controls from Silver Spring Networks and a CIMCON lighting controller.

Resources for Today's Lighting Products!


CLTC, in collaboration with the California Energy Commission, hosted an educational webinar on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 10 am.  The webinar materials:

  • Provide an overview of what's new in the Title 20 lighting standards as of January 1, 2018;
  • Point manufacturers to key resources to assist with the product compliance process;
  • Detail the differences in today's lighting products for retailers and consumers; and
  • Link attendees to resources for future reference!

Webinar materials are provided here for your use.

IES LD+A Research Matters: Commercial Lighting's Role in Automated Demand Response Programs


After nearly two decades of support and research focused on automated demand response (ADR), lighting remains underutilized as a demand response resource. Beginning in 2007 with the publication of the first open standard dedicated to ADR connectivity and communication (, research and development efforts have resulted in a myriad of products and strategies designed to promote and advance ADR; however, recent studies demonstrate that commercially available, lighting-specific ADR products remain sparse.

Educational Video Series: Lighting Controls Technologies & Requirements

Lighting Controls

The California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC) at the University of California Davis collaborated with the California Energy Commission to provide this educational video series in support of the 2016 Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Title 24).  Sensors and controls can achieve significant energy savings by automatically adjusting lighting based on time of day, available task needs, daylight, occupancy, and electricity supply or cost.