UL is pleased to announce our 2016 calendar of web casts for the Lighting Industry. Each one hour web cast will offer insight and updates to the current North America building and energy efficiency codes at both state and federal levels. Stay up to date on the ever changing regulations that impact just about anyone involved in the lighting industry.

Click here to learn more about our webcast series along with our instructor for this series, Austin Gelder.

Recordings:

  • Recorded Webinar – California Regulations for Lighting, Title 20 and Title 24

Confused by how California’s laws impact lighting products? Many others are, too; join us for a review of the most recent changes to California Title 20 and Title 24 and how they will impact lighting.

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  • Recorded Webinar – ENERGY STAR® Lighting spec, Lamps V2.0 and Luminaires V2.0

In the past year, there have been major revisions to both ENERGY STAR® lighting specifications by EPA, Lamps V2.0 and Luminaires V2.0. Learn about the program, the requirements and major changes, and what products are impacted.

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  • Recorded Webinar – The DesignLights Consortium™

The DesignLights Consortium™ is the standard for commercial and industrial lighting incentives, and they regularly update their requirements to keep up with changing technology. Stay up to date on the latest program requirements and changes.

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  • Recorded Webinar – October 19th 1pm Central Time – State and Energy Conservation Codes including WAC, IECC, and ASHRAE

Buildings need lighting, and many building and State energy codes include energy saving features such as sensors and dimming capabilities. This session will explore how these codes influence product requirements.

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Upcoming Live Webinars:

  • December 7th 1pm Central Time – Lighting Controls

Are controls the next phase of the lighting efficiency revolution? Connected or Smart lighting are common buzzwords, and the US DOE and the DLC are both turning their attention on controls. Join us for a discussion on the trends, programs, and considerations for lighting controls.

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