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    Industrial LED projects: What You Need to Know Now, April 19, 7:30 am - 3:30 pm, Wasau

  • 19 April 2017
  • Event Host : SeventhWave
  • Event Location : 1800 Westwood Center Blvd, Wasau, WI, United States
Event Description

Keeping up with LED technologies and trends? Through a combination of lecture and examination of real-world case studies; we’ll explore what every facility and sustainability manager needs to know when embarking on a new or retrofit LED project. LED basics will be reviewed then we’ll quickly move on to what’s currently hot in the industry, as well as what’s not. We’ll discuss appropriate questions to ask before making a purchasing decision in order to get a fair price and quality results. The integration of LED wireless controls, as well as programs to help participants take the next steps toward LED project implementation will be addressed.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • SeventhWave
  • Agenda
    • 7:30 am: Registration and continental breakfast
      8 am–3:30 pm: Program (lunch and breaks provided)

      Course outline:
      Introduction
      Basics you need to know
      Marketplace survey: what's hot and what's not?
      LED lighting systems in new construction (with
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • James Benya PE, FIES, FIALD
      Principal and Partner
      Benya Burnett Consultancy

      James has 42 years of experience in architectural lighting design including daylighting, theatrical and performance lighting, urban streetscapes, light as art and zero net en
  • Cost
    • $199, including continental breakfast, lunch and breaks.
  • Event type
    • Training

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