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Control Freaks — The State Of Lighting Controls

Thursday, Apr 12, 2012

Lighting controls have a barely-tapped potential for enormous savings in operating costs, increased occupant comfort and productivity, improved quality of our indoor environments, all while saving energy, curbing carbon emissions, and reducing peak demands on our fragile electric grid. Yet, lighting and environmental controls are often disabled by disgruntled occupants; left in manual mode; or not properly commissioned. Why?

Sponsors: Green Light New York, IESNYC, & Urban Green Council. Special thanks to Rudin Management Company & NYSERDA

Remarks: John Gilbert, Executive VP & COO - Rudin Management Company
Moderator: Pat Sapinsley, President - Build Efficiently, LLC; and Visiting Scholar - Harvard University Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering

Panelists: Stephen Selkowitz, Building Technologies, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory: Pekka Hakkarainen, PhD, VP - Lutron Electronics; Dorene Maniccia, Director Policy & Industry Affairs - WattStopper

Thursday, April 12, 6-9pm

Location: Digital Sandbox Network Event Center, 55 Broad Street

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