I2SL Workshop: Lighting Control Workshop:
Effective, Efficient, and Sustainable Light Control Strategies for Laboratory
and Healthcare Facilities
Effective light management saves significant energy, reduces operating costs, and increases productivity in laboratories, healthcare facilities, data centers, and related environments. Learn how sustainable lighting practices can improve your bottom line, increase occupant productivity and comfort, and create a more flexible space for a highly efficient work environment.
This half-day course will cover a range of topics including lamp types and control technologies, digital light controls, and whole building light control systems. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss how to use light control systems to enhance building safety and security and create new opportunities for facility energy load management.
This course also features significant material from the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC). This organization, based out of the University of California, Davis, is one of the top lighting research and development centers. Particular topics of interested added by CLTC are the inclusion of several laboratory lighting case studies and an extended exploration into LED lighting.
Continuing Education Credits
This course is worth 3.5 Green Building Certification Institute Continuing Education Hours toward the LEED Credential Maintenance Program, as approved by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC); 3 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for professional engineers; and 3 Continuing Education Credits (CECs) from the American Institute of Architects for registered architects.
I2SL wishes to acknowledge Lutron Electronics Co. for developing and offering this workshop.
Kelly Cunningham is the outreach director at the California Lighting Technology Center (CLTC). Her responsibilities include providing information about CLTC and energy-efficient lighting technologies to the lighting industry, project partners, and the public through online and printed publications, tours, events, and reporting. Ms. Cunningham feels passionately about working for organizations that promote sustainable behavior change and encourage consumers at all levels to use less, and think more about how they use energy. She graduated from North Carolina State University in 2008 with a Master's Degree in design. Previously, Ms. Cunningham held positions in various aspects of brand management, advertising, and design.
Tim Kehrli is currently the head of TLK Associates. Prior to this position, Mr. Kehrli was the sales director for energy solutions at Lutron Electronics Co. Mr. Kehrli joined Lutron Electronics Co. in 2009 as the director of sales for the energy and utilities team. His activities at Lutron Electronics Co. involved developing programs that focus on the energy efficiency and financial impacts of lighting control systems. He worked with utilities and energy service companies across the United States.
Prior to joining Lutron Electronics Co., Mr. Kehrli worked in the solar energy field and as a subcontractor to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. As a subcontractor he provided technical and financial analysis support for the development and implementation of the U.S. Department of Energy's Super Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) program and assisted in the development of ESPC projects for multiple federal agencies across the country.
Mr. Kehrli holds a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from the University of Puget Sound and has completed the course work for a Master of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Minnesota.