The Commercial Building Stock Assessment (CBSA) is a comprehensive research study of energy efficiency in Northwest commercial buildings. If your company has been contacted about participating in the CBSA, get more information, access release forms and answers to some frequently-asked questions.
Utility program managers in the Northwest have identified three priorities to communicate to customers about Luminaire Level Lighting Controls (LLLCs): energy savings, non-energy benefits, and the benefits of LLLCs in specific building types.
To address those messages, the alliance recently introduced three new templates to the LLLC utility toolkit, now available for download and customization. This toolkit offers a variety of customizable marketing materials are available for distributors and utilities to educate customers on the benefits of Luminaire Level Lighting Controls.
The alliance's work in the market included early support of the 80 PLUS certification program, and a Desktop Power Supplies program, as well as providing stand-alone and collaborative comments to the EPA during the specification development process for ENERGY STAR for Computers Versions 4, 5, and 6.