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Energy-Efficient Lighting Solutions

Format On Demand: Article/Print
Offered by Green Building Research Institute (GBRI)
Price $49.00
Category Energy and atmosphere
LEED-specific
  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED AP ID+C
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED Green Associate

Lighting is one of the major consumers of energy in commercial office buildings. This article identifies and analyzes all major lighting options that a green building project can employ under artificial lighting category.

Objectives

  • Assess factors driving efficiency in lighting.
  • Analyze various lighting technologies and strategies and their application to LEED.
  • Identify and analyze LEED credits ( intent, requirements , implementation and documentation strategies) that are related to lighting.
  • Describe lighting controls, occupancy sensors, timers and their application to LEED projects.
  • Explain LEED compliance and documentation requirements for credits related to lighting.
  • Incorporate lighting technologies and strategies on LEED projects that they are working on (BD+C, O+M & ID+C).
  • Distinguish benefits of combining day lighting and artificial lighting in projects.  
  • Describe how strategies discussed in the presentation were applied on 2 LEED certified projects.
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LEED-specific LEED AP BD+C LEED AP ID+C LEED AP O+M LEED Green Associate 3.0