LEDs Magazine – Industry partners lead the way to better buildings via integrated lighting and controls

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Better Buildings Integrated Lighting Campaign (ILC) recently recognized 18 commercial organizations, industry associations, consultancies, and industry programs that have exhibited leadership in adopting advanced lighting controls and integrating lighting with other building systems to improve energy efficiency and performance. These partners, along with the 20 recognized in 2021, demonstrate that integrated lighting systems are enabling deeper energy savings in buildings and creating an enhanced user and occupant experience.

The 2022 campaign year was a marked success with a total of 26 submissions. The Integrated Lighting Campaign team at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) evaluated, summarized, and presented all the entries to the ILC Organizing Committee, along with recommendations for recognition. Comprising seven lighting industry-leading organizations, the committee reviewed the submissions and either supported or opposed recommendations. After deliberation among organizers and addressing of questions and comments by the ILC team, the committee approved recognition of 18 selected participants and supporters, which were announced at the annual Illuminating Engineering Society Conference in August.

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