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Peter Y. Ngai

"I don't think you can separate me from lighting," said Peerless Lighting's Peter Ngai. "Lighting is my life, period." More

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Manufacturer Moves, Oct. 14, 2008

Q-Tran announces next Q-School session and a new sales agency; Sentry launches a new website; Gia Equation lighting design firm is formed; Venture appoints new director of VLI and a new project manager; Barco forms a new business unit, and Robert Singer Lighting is feature in the Best List for Colorado. More

Programs Educate Students, Lighting Community How to “Go Green”
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Cooper Lighting Has Announced 31st Annual SOURCE Awards Winners
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Cabin Fever

A research facility in the smoky mountains utilizes its surroundings to provide a sustainable design. More

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Staff Announcements

W.A.C. Lighting has promoted Christopher Verone to Western territory sales manager. He will work with showrooms and residential sales agencies west of Denver, and with designers, engineers, specifiers, and commercial sales agencies througout the region to grow the company's commercial division, W2 Architectural Lighting.Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions has promoted Keith Gillum to director of sales, west region; he will oversee the direct sales team and network of manufacturer's representatives, dealers, and distributors throughout the region.Lightolier Controls and Entertainment Technology have promoted Rhett Simmons to product manager. More

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Litecontrol Staff Announcements

Litecontrol has named Robert G. Davis as its director of its new product management department. He was previously a senior instructor in architectural engineering at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Litecontrol has also appointed Randy Solliday as its regional sales manager for the Northeast region. More

A Model for Outdoor Lighting Ordinances
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A Model for Outdoor Lighting Ordinances

COMMUNITIES AND STATES ARE INCREASINGLY RECOGNIZING THE BENEFITS OF establishing... More

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NYC Green Building Charter

in an effort to reduce new york city's energy consumption and the production of pollutants, the city council voted in September 2005 to amend the New York City charter in relation to green building standards for certain capital projects (those paid for in whole or in part by the City). New York now follows other municipalities such as Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle in adopting Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) criteria. New section 224.1 requires compliance with green building standards and reduction in building energy costs. It features a specific addition pertaining to lighting: As of January 1, 2007, any capital project involving the installation or replacement of lighting systems in any building at an estimated construction cost of $1 million or more shall be designed and constructed to reduce energy costs by a minimum of 10 percent, as determined by the methodology prescribed in LEED energy and atmosphere Credit 1 or the New York State energy conservation code, whichever is more stringent. More

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