Improve your commercial light levels and save on cost

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September 29, 2020


How much lighting energy do commercial buildings use annually? What building types are ideal for adjusting light levels? We partnered with the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources through the Conservation Applied Research and Development (CARD) program to answer these questions and discover the best conservation improvement program opportunities and resources so Minnesotans can optimize their light levels and save on costs.

Join us for a live webinar as we review the results of this market characterization study and examine the characteristics of LED-lit commercial building light levels. We identify the potential for energy savings associated with optimizing light levels for specific spaces.


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Owners, facility managers, contractors, distributors, sales representatives, lighting specifiers, engineers, architects, energy consultants, commissioning agents, utilities, municipalities, developers, and anyone interested in commercial lighting.


Jennifer Li, senior energy engineer, Slipstream

Jennifer Li has 15 years of experience designing lighting and electrical systems for commercial buildings. She conducts electrical engineering and lighting design analysis for commercial and industrial new construction and renovation projects with a concentration on energy efficiency and sustainability. She also supports field research projects with a focus on lighting and lighting controls