Category: Energy Efficiency Programs

Are you leaving energy savings on the table? New research says you might be.

Limitations of state efficiency policies routinely result in understated energy savings potential of lighting systems, and particularly advanced lighting control technologies, inadvertently leaving substantial savings on the table, according to a new study released today. Efficiency programs that capitalize on system-level lighting efficiency measures – combining lighting technology upgrades with networked lighting controls (NLC) – ...

Saving More with Networked Lighting Controls

Despite their vast potential to increase energy efficiency and advance smart building goals, network lighting controls (NLC) have yet to fully hit their stride due to several factors dampening wider and faster adoption of this emerging technology. The energy-saving promise of NLC s was highlighted in a 2018 DLC study that showed adding NLCs to ...