The advent of LED lighting has caused a seismic shift in the lighting industry, creating a renewed interest in how to best upgrade the lighting in existing buildings. One of the best places to start is to do an inventory of what your current lighting system is and what its strengths and weaknesses are. This will enable you to identify where to put most of your efforts.

Once the audit is evaluated, it is time to start considering the most appropriate lighting options. Whether to retrofit, replace, or redesign are serious decisions to make, and they will have implication on the costs, energy savings, and productivity of the resulting lighting system. No one approach is right for every project. If the project is dependent on utility participation, there may be other factors to consider as well.

Attendees of this class will gain access to the following tools to assist them on a variety of lighting upgrades projects.

  • How to evaluate your existing lighting system.
  • Knowing what areas are most important to focus on.
  • Understanding when to retrofit the existing fixtures, and when they should be replaced.
  • Learning the opportunities to add controls to the lighting project.
  • How to leverage utility incentives to maximize your savings.

REGISTER 

AUDIT & RETROFIT TECHNIQUES

TUES AUG 11
10AM - NOON
Eric Strandberg, LC

The link above takes you away from the Lighting Design Lab site to a registration page through GoToWebinar. Please email LightingDesignLab@seattle.gov with questions or concerns.