Here is a listing of some of the lighting industry events and deadlines that will be occurring in September 2014. Information is correct at this posting. Be sure to check the respective event websites directly regarding any updates and/or changes. 
** Note: Deadline has been extended to Sept. 15. ** Sept. 12: Call for Speakers - Lightfair 2015 
Call for proposals for the 2015 conference. Integrated Design is the theme linking all course, workshop, and seminar offerings.
The ALA’s annual conference. The association represents the residential lighting and ceiling fan industries in the United States and Canada.
The IES’s Annual Conference devoted to educational information, the newest trends, and the best technologies for outdoor street and area lighting.
SDA, a New York-based specification and architectural lighting sales agency, will hosts its bi-annual lighting showcase featuring more than 70 lighting manufacturers.
Trade show and conference focusing on the hospitality design sector.
Sept. 17-20: LUCI’s City Under a MicroScope: Albertslund, Copenhagen, Denmark
The “City under Microscope” conference offers LUCI (Lighting Urban Community International) members the opportunity to discover the lighting strategy of a member city through field visits and technical conferences over a consecutive two-day period. This year's host city is Albertslund, Denmark.
The Designers Lighting Forum of New England presents this day-long trade show and seminar lineup featuring more than 100 lighting companies. Seminar series speakers are: John Curran, President of LED Transformations; Ed Bartholomew, Bartholomew Lighting; Josh Feinstein, Sladen Feinstein Integrated Lighting, Boston; and Keith Bradshaw, Principal at Speirs + Major, London.
Sept. 18: Green Light New York presents: New Lighting Regulations: Current NYC Lighting Laws and Codes, New York
Green Light New York has developed a concise three-part series of presentations on how to meet and exceed these new lighting requirements.
Lighting trade show and seminar series for lighting professionals working in the southwest area of the United States.