Innovations in Lighting

May 01, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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Lake Point Conference Center
171 Lake Point Lane
Russellville, AR 72802

LED lighting technology continues to evolve and present significant energy savings opportunities in a full range of lighting applications, but the opportunities don’t stop there. Lighting controls development and deployment is progressing at even a quicker pace, greatly expanding the potential benefits associated with lighting projects at relatively minimal additional cost. This session will detail current LED lighting best practices and explore the different ways that lighting controls can help maximize the benefits of your next lighting project through proper assessment of the technology and application.

Learning Objectives:

  • Assess key factors in evaluating lighting upgrade opportunities leveraging the latest in LED lighting technology, applications and efficient practices
  • Understand the advantages of advanced lighting controls technology and applications for your facilities
  • Weigh the full costs and benefits of lighting and lighting controls technologies
  • Set up and customize an advanced lighting control system to meet your specific lighting needs through hands-on exercises and demonstrations
  • Understand how advanced lighting control systems can deliver energy benefits beyond the lighting end use and other non-energy benefits through hands-on exercises and demonstrations

About the Instructor, Kyle Hemmi, LC, CEM, LEED AP, CSDP

Kyle Hemmi, CLEAResult’s Senior Energy Engineer over lighting projects and programs, brings more than 20 years of lighting and controls experience in supporting engineering consulting services to utility, commercial and industrial clients. Kyle has trained more than 15,000 professionals on a variety of lighting, lighting controls, and C&I automation topics. He serves as a technical advisor to the DesignLights Consortium’s (DLC)® Solid State Lighitng and Networked Lighting Controls (NLC) initiatives and is Chair of the Illuminating Engineering Society’s Lighting Controls Committee, which is responsible for providing industry technical guidance on lighting controls.

Program Purpose:
Arkansas Act 1494 ( was established to promote the conservation of energy and natural resources in buildings owned by public agencies and institutions of higher education.  This training program is designed to provide building administrators and facility managers the latest technologies for energy efficiency and management.  Please take advantage of the seminar series to learn more about energy management of public/commercial buildings and do your part to reduce our use!!

Program Objectives:
¨ To educate K12, 2yr and 4yr School Administrators and Facility Managers, State Agency Energy Managers, and Energy Managers for State Institutions on specific aspects of Energy Management for application in their facilities and entities.
¨ To provide hands-on training of software and hardware utilized to monitor, track, and reduce energy usage in public and commercial buildings.


$50.00 Member Registration

$60.00 Non-Member Ticket