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LED outdoor lighting: barriers and solutions
Recorded Wednesday, January 18, 2017 · 1pm Central
Describe financial, technical and regulatory barriers that constrain broad deployment of LED outdoor lighting conversions in the public sector.
Discuss the benefits of LED outdoor lighting conversions in the public sector.
Access tools and resources to help navigate the transition to high efficiency outdoor street lighting.
Discuss municipality focused LED outdoor lighting conversion best practices and strategies based on real-world examples.
Who should attend?
City planners; municipal engineers; public works directors and superintendents; lighting designers, manufacturers and suppliers; architects; electric utility engineers; and anyone with interest or involvement in the design, operation or maintenance of street and outdoor lighting.
High performance LED outdoor lighting technologies are a cost effective energy savings opportunity often offering 50 percent or more savings relative to previously installed systems. Plus, they last longer and offer maintenance and operational benefits. Our expert presenter will highlight three key challenges of outdoor street and area LED lighting conversions in the public sector—financial, technical and regulatory—and describe proven solutions to overcome these obstacles. She’ll share information, best practices and key findings from the Better Buildings Outdoor Lighting Accelerator, a DOE initiative that focuses on this vital public service and works with dozens of municipalities to accelerate the adoption of LED outdoor lighting.
Outdoor lighting accelerator overview
Technical challenges and solutions
Financial challenges and solutions
Regulatory challenges and solutions
Opportunities to catalyze change and increase adoption
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AIA Members of the American Institute of Architects will receive 1 LU.
GBCI Seventhwave is a provider of GBCI approved courses for continuing education. This is a GBCI approved course and offers 0.5 CE hour. Seventhwave is also a USGBC Education Partner.
IES The Illuminating Engineering Society has approved this course for 1 CEU.
NCQLP This course has been registered with the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions for 1 LEU credits for lighting certified professionals.
WI-DSPS Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services has approved this course for 1 CEUs for the following credentials: Master Electrician License. Note that you may not retake the same course for credit more than once during the 1-, 2- or 4-year term of your specific credential.
U.S. Department of Energy
Crystal’s primary role is to identify, prioritize and accelerate the adoption of policies and practices that transform markets targeted by WIP's state and local government initiatives. She supports strategies and programs that develop sustainable communities, install clean energy technologies, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Currently, Crystal leads the DOE Better Buildings Challenge Partners in the K-12 education sector, as well as the DOE Better Buildings Outdoor Lighting Accelerator. Prior to her federal service, Crystal’s professional highlights include engineering, sales and marketing, and policy review in the energy and utilities industry.
Crystal is a fellow in the Partnership for Public Service Excellence in Government Fellows program. She earned Federal Acquisition Certification as a technical project officer, a master’s degree in energy and environmental management from The George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from North Carolina A&T State University.