Please note this is a past event
Lighting controls have a barely-tapped potential for enormous savings in operating costs, increased occupant comfort and productivity, improved the quality of our indoor environments, all while saving energy, curbing carbon emissions, and reducing peak demands on our fragile electric grid. 80% of US commercial office space is within 20' of the perimeter or under a rood, ripe for significant savings from daylighting control systems. Yet, lighting and environmental controls are often disabled by disgruntled occupants; left in manual mode; or not properly commissioned. Why?
Control Freaks, presented by Green Light New York and IESNYC, invites and esteemed panel of "control freaks", industry and academic experts, to explore the many facets of Lighting Control Systems:
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