Free PG&E Webinar: Residential Energy Efficient Lighting, April 28, 9am-12pm

  • 28 April 2023
  • Start time : 09:00 AM
  • End time : 12:00 PM
  • Event Host : PG&E
Free Webinar:  Residential Energy Efficient Lighting, April 28
Event Description

This class introduces designers, specifiers, building contractors, and homeowners to considerations for lighting design and selection of lighting products in residences. Award-winning lighting designer David W Patton and lighting expert Clifton Lemon will show how to assess a space's needs and potential by walking participants through the steps in creating a lighting design with an energy-efficient, code compliant solution in mind. They'll review basic lighting fundamentals terminology and typical product features which help when specifying fixtures and creating lighting layouts. This class concentrates on residential lighting. The next class in this series will focus on residential lighting controls.

The objective of this course is that at the conclusion, participants will be able to:

- Conceptualize a basic lighting solution for a residential so it meets the visual needs of the occupants

- Select appropriate color characteristics, output and distribution of the lighting products

- Recognize constraints of the building for choosing lighting products such as mounting locations and how they can be handled

- Explain lighting documents for a residential project

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • PG&E
  • Agenda
    • - Introduction and safety message
      - Review of (or introduction to) lighting metrics
      - Layering/impression of space/composition/design
      - Creating scenes, drawing attention (highlighting)
      - Definitions of quality
      - Code compliance
      - Luminaire types
      - Mounting
      - Existing conditions/constraints
      - Air tight, insulation contact fixtures
      - Specifications
      - Spec sheet overview
      - Professional relationships for help - design professionals, agency reps
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • David Wilds Patton

      David Wilds Patton is a Bay Area residential lighting designer who has enjoyed painting clients' homes with light for over 30 years. With a construction background that evolved into a lighting design practice, his artistry has been grounded in a deep practical knowledge of lighting technology and lighting controls while always trying to create emotionally welcoming spaces.

      Clifton Stanley Lemon, IES

      Clifton is CEO of Clifton Lemon Associates, a consultancy providing strategy, marketing, and education services to the lighting and energy industries. He is also Business Development Director for the California Energy Alliance and Co-Chair of Strategies in Light. He was formerly Marketing Communications Manager for Soraa; Director of Business Development at Integral Group; and founder and CEO of BrandSequence.
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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