Lighting technology is changing rapidly and the federal government continues to lead by example in efficient lighting applications. This course provides a comprehensive overview of interior lighting system applications, including types of technologies, lighting controls, opportunities for savings, and emerging interior lighting technologies and trends. Course instruction also details government purchasing and agency requirements for interior lighting systems.
Michael Myer, Lighting Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Read Bio
Michael Myer earned a B.A. from Arizona State University and an M.S. in Lighting from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Mr. Myer is a lighting engineer with considerable experience in architectural lighting design, specializing in sustainable lighting design, controls, and new technologies. At Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Mr. Myer works on various lighting-related projects including: Commercial Buildings Integration, FEMP, Appliance Standards and some codes analysis. Mr. Myer has been involved in PNNL-related fieldwork including the Light Right Consortium and the DOE Solid-State Lighting Gateway Demonstrations. Mr. Myer has authored or co-authored many technical publications/reports and made several presentations at national conferences.
By completing this course you will learn to:
- Identify various interior lighting source features and applications;
- Select proper lighting controls for interior lighting system;
- Comply with agency interior lighting configuration requirements; and
- Determine energy savings measures for interior lighting systems.
NOTE: The executive order(s) cited in this course has/have been revoked and superseded by the latest executive order(s). For information on the latest federal energy and environmental policies, visit the Office of Federal Sustainability Council on Environmental Quality website.