Lighting Education Centers Operated by Manufacturers, Government and Utilities

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According to our followers demand, we tried to collect data to inform you about the lighting education centers that are operated by manufacturers, government and utilities.

Here are some of the training/infolrmation centers:

Acuity Brands Center for Light and Space
[email protected]
www.holophane.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Whether it’s indoor or outdoor lighting, commercial, utility, roadway, security or any one of a number of lighting topics, you’ll find that the Center for Light & Space — Granville, can provide you with the best training available in the industry.



Acuity Brands Intelligent Lighting and Controls Training Center
[email protected]
www.sensorswitch.com/Training.aspx

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: This facility is designed to provide hands-on training for Sensor Switch customers and business partners and to showcase the newest Acuity Brands® intelligent LED lighting and lighting controls solutions. Featuring an expansive sensor display and interactive training with occupancy sensors and daylight harvesting products, the new facility is also a live and active exhibit for nLight®, Acuity Brands’ award-winning network lighting control system by Sensor Switch®.



Integrated Design Labs
[email protected]
www.betterbricks.com/

Organization, Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: As the commercial building initiative of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, BetterBricks champions the guiding principle that commercial buildings should be designed and operated with energy top of mind. The goal is to accelerate the adoption of energy efficiency best practices among real-world building professionals.



Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance
[email protected]
www.energyefficiency.org/

Organization:
information / training center
Profile: The Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance (CEEA), a broad-based, not-for-profit organization, was established (1995) to respond to the lack of a coordinated multi-stakeholder effort to promote energy efficiency in Canada, leading to enhanced competitiveness and improved environmental protection. The Alliance works in partnership with manufacturers, utilities, governments, builders, labour, consumer groups and environmental organizations to facilitate the adoption of energy efficiency measures in Canada. The Alliance is supported through fees and project contributions from members.



Daylighting Collaborative
[email protected]
www.daylighting.org

Organization:
information / training center
Profile: The Daylighting Collaborative was initiated by the Energy Center of Wisconsin and its sponsoring members as a source of why-do and how-to information for daylighting using windows. With the growing interest in the energy savings benefits and research on the other non-energy related benefits, the Daylighting Collaborative and its website were re-focused to not only provide information but act as a gateway to other existing information on daylighting.



Eaton / The SOURCE
[email protected]
http://thelightingresource.eaton.com/education

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Educating more than 9,000 professionals each year, classes at the SOURCE are ideal for a range of professionals and students from lighting designers, engineers and contractors, to utility personnel and facility managers. In many cases, classes offered satisfy continuing education credit requirements for professional organizations to which architects, designers and lighting professionals belong. The SOURCE supports the design industry by providing seminars and workshops that are pre–certified educational opportunities to obtain such recognition.



Echelon Lonworks Training Centers
https://echelon.force.com/support/s/article/Videos-and-Training-KB1103
Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: ECHELON LONWORKS CONTROL NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES TRAINING CENTERS
Echelon and its training partners provide training in LonWorks®–compliant control technologies in multiple languages around the world.



Edison CTAC (Customer Technology Application Center)
www.sce.com
Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Our Energy Education Centers in Irwindale and Tulare offer a wide range of resources to teach you how to make better energy decisions for your business. Visit us to learn about the latest in energy management and efficiency technologies through classes, workshops, interactive displays and consulting services.



Electric Power Research Institute
askepri.com
www.epri.com
Organization, Publisher, Manufacturer, Lighting Services: research laboratory, information / training center, magazine, reports/manuals, software
Profile: Research and development consortium serving the entire power industry, from power generation and delivery to end use products and services in every region of the world. EPRI delivers science and technology toward the affordable, efficient, and environmentally sound generation, delivery, and use of electricity. Developer of lighting design software: LIGHTPAD 2.0, BEEM 1.01; publisher of the EPRI JOURNAL, manuals, bulletins, reports, and brochures.



Energy Center of Wisconsin
[email protected]
www.ecw.org/university/index.php

Lighting Services:
college/university, research laboratory, information / training center, online training
Profile: The Energy Center of Wisconsin is an independent nonprofit that explores ideas and solutions to energy challenges. With offices in Madison and Chicago, the Energy Center conducts objective research to better understand how consumers use energy and to identify barriers that may prevent more efficient use.



Energy Studies in Buildings Laboratory
[email protected]
pages.uoregon.edu/esbl/ESBL_website/splash_pages/ESBL_home.php
Lighting Services:information / training center




Energy University
www.schneider-electric
Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Schneider Electric offers performance based training for Square D® and Telemecanique® products. Courses are offered throughout the year at a location near you to reduce travel costs and time away from the office. Customized on-site training is available upon request. We have the training available to meet your specific needs.



GE Learning Central
[email protected]
www.gelearningcentral.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center, online training, certification, continuing education
Profile: Learning Central is a one-stop shop for professional and technical skill development. Once you have created your Learning Central account, you will have access to the site’s three departments: Lighting & Electrical Institute, Continuing Education Program (CEP), & eLearning



GE Lighting Institute
[email protected]
www.gelighting.com/institute

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Founded in 1933, the Lighting & Electrical Institute at historic Nela Park, Cleveland, Ohio, was the first facility of its type in the world devoted solely to the teaching of lighting.
Today, more than 4000 visitors a year experience the Lighting & Electrical Institute. With lighting and electrical system demonstrations and simulations, attendees are active participants in the workshops and discussions led by the Institute’s world–renowned staff.



Integrated Design Lab – Puget Sound
www.integrateddesignlab.com/Seattle/
Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: The Integrated Design lab (IDL) is a self-supporting University of Washington service to the building industry. The IDL includes interdisciplinary UW research, faculty, staff, and students that support the development of high-performance commercial and institutional building design including lighting, daylighting and energy infrastructure. The IDL has established design and construction market relationships in the Pacific Northwest through the provision of technical assistance, design guidance, and building energy efficiency research.



Juno Lighting Group Education and Training Center
[email protected]
www.junolightinggroup.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: The Juno Lighting Group training calendar is filled with classes and learning opportunities year round. Classes include residential, commercial, retail and outdoor lighting. We offer classes for those who are new to the industry, and classes for those who are continuing their lighting education.



Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LACES)
[email protected]
laces.asla.org/

Lighting Services:
information / training center, college/university,
Profile: The Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System (LA CES) is a collaboration of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA), Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB), Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB), and Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF).



Lighting Controls Association
[email protected]
www.lightingcontrolsassociation.org

Organization, Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: The Lighting Controls Association (LCA) is dedicated to educating the public about the benefits of advanced lighting controls, including technical education of facility executives, architects, engineers and other construction professionals about lighting control technology, operation, commissioning and products. Services include Education Express — a series of online courses about lighting controls, whitepapers and a monthly newsletter called lightingCONTROL.



Lighting Design Lab
[email protected]
www.lightingdesignlab.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Lighting Design Lab is a commercial & industrial lighting education facility funded by major Northwest electric utilities and conservation partners.

LDL is committed to the promotion and education of energy efficient lighting and design options among commercial and industrial customers through consultations, educational classes, product evaluation, and thought leadership.



Lighting Research Center (LRC) / Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
[email protected]
www.lrc.rpi.edu
Organization, Lighting Services: college/university, research laboratory, information / training center
Profile: The Lighting Research Center (LRC) is the world’s largest university-based center for lighting research and education and is part of the School of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Their National Lighting Product Information Program (NLPIP) provides an objective source of manufacturer-specific performance information on energy-efficient lighting products. NLPIP reports are available on the LRC web site.



Lighting Solutions Center
[email protected]
www.lightingsolutionscenter.com/

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Opened in July 2007 and located at the Hubbell Lighting’s LEED Silver certified corporate offices in Greenville, SC, the LSC is considered by many to be the most advanced education/training center in the industry. Lighting professionals interested in any of the LSC training opportunities may register for courses on-line or by completing the registration form on page 9 of the downloadable course guide. For more information call 864-678-1045 or visit www.lightingsolutionscenter.com.



Lightolier TechCenter
www.lightolier.com Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: Offering a state-of-the-art lighting environment with education lighting programs geared toward lighting professionals, architects, interior designers, contractors, and distributors. Currently offering updated “Lessons in Lighting” on-line.



Lights in Alingsas
[email protected]
www.lightsinalingsas.se/en

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Every October since the year of 2000, leading lighting designers gather in Alingsås. Throughout this time, dark evenings and outdoor environments are transformed into exciting lighting design installations. Cold and anonymous facades are transformed into warm and colorful spaces, futuristic forest lakes can acquire a whole new perspective and these oases of light provide examples of good urban lighting and make for new and attractive venues in the city.



Lithonia Lighting Center
[email protected]
www.lithonia.com
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: Providing in-depth training on Lithonia’s new and existing, indoor and outdoor product lines with display / demonstration rooms. Open to all.



Lutron Lighting Control Institute
[email protected]
www.lutron.com/lci
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: The LCI’s mission is to educate industry professionals about the benefits of lighting control so they have the tools to determine the best solution for every customer and every space. Our workshops focus on selling, specification, installation and programming. We also offer online Continuing Education Unit (CEU) courses for architects and other design professionals.



MaxLite University
[email protected]
www.maxlite.com/resources/lighting-and-technology-university

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: To help utilities, distributors, specifiers, customers and other industry professionals better understand the latest developments in the lighting industry, MaxLite has created the “MaxLite Lighting and Technology University” (MLTU) to develop and deliver seminars, webinars, video conferences and other presentations on the latest LED lighting technologies.



Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA)
www.neea.org/
Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Mobilizing the market toward energy efficiency is the most cost-effective way to meet our future energy needs. The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (NEEA) is an alliance of more than 140 Northwest utilities and energy efficiency organizations working on behalf of more than 13 million energy consumers.



Northwest Lighting Network
[email protected]
www.nwlightingnetwork.com/

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Our goal at Northwest Lighting Network is to be a central hub for lighting contractors throughout the Northwest. We’re committed to making energy-efficient lighting as accessible and profitable as possible for lighting professionals in the commercial and industrial lighting retrofit market.



OSRAM SYLVANIA / Lightpoint Classroom Training
www.sylvania.com/en-us/innovation/education/classroom-training/Pages/course-listing.aspx
Lighting Services:
information / training center, certification, continuing education
Profile: Providing programs equipped with product displays and application spaces on a range of topics including lamp and ballast technology, lighting design and application, lighting fundamentals, and developments in energy-saving lighting technology.



Pacific Energy Center
[email protected]
www.pge.com/pec/
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: The Pacific Energy Center offers educational programs, design tools, advice, and support to create energy efficient buildings and comfortable indoor environments. Most of our efforts are focused around commercial buildings, however, other departments offer advice and information for residential buildings.



PGE Lighting Demonstration Lab
www.portlandgeneral.com Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: Operated by Portland General Electric, an investor owned electric utility. Offering no-cost consultations for projects (within PGE’s service territory) which allow you to work more effectively with a lighting designer or vendor. Lighting displays for the comparison of the latest lighting products.



Philips Lighting Academy
www.lighting.philips.com
Lighting Services:
information / training center, online training, certification, continuing education, lighting certification
Profile: Lighting Academy offers a comprehensive range of educational resources for people who want to expand their lighting knowledge. With a rich history in lighting, Philips is uniquely qualified to bridge the gap between cutting edge lighting innovation and the real-world solutions required by professionals.



Philips Lighting Application Center
[email protected]
www.lighting.philips.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center, certification, continuing education, lighting certification
Profile: The Lighting Application Center is designed to showcase the latest in hi-tech, intelligent lighting solutions. Learning is approached from a fully integrated perspective with hands-on demonstrations that engage you with the latest in technology, revealing how lighting affects retail, industrial, healthcare, indoor and outdoor spaces.



Q-School
[email protected]
info.q-tran.com/q-school-0

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Q-School is one-day factory training, which includes a factory tour, an introduction to the entire Q-Team and in-depth review on all products that we offer. We will cover our extensive and ever-growing line of Linear LED lights which have CRIs over 90 & 95 with multiple different chip sizes. We will review our different transformers and Power Supply Centers, how they are installed and the different variations that they come in.



Seattle Daylighting Lab
[email protected]
www.daylightinglab.com/
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: The Seattle Daylighting Lab is a member of the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s BetterBricks Lab Network. The Lab provides daylighting information, education, and tools for assessing daylighting design decisions.



Sunoptics Daylighitng University
[email protected]
www.sunoptics.com/daylightU

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: The Daylighting University training program from Sunoptics is designed to provide detailed daylighting design, product information, and economic analysis. The agenda includes a review of daylighting concepts, common myths and design parameters. An in-depth overview of the thermal effects of daylighting and how to calculate the return on investment is also included. The event is hosted in the new offices of Sunoptics, which feature complete daylighting, electric lighting and controls integration.



The International Landscape Lighting Institute
[email protected]
www.tllr.org/

Organization:
information / training center
Profile: We have two goals — continue to disseminate knowledge related to landscape lighting design through educational courses, expand the breadth of course topics and increase the number of courses provided each year, providing a place that designers can look to for information to help them on their projects, ultimately raising the bar for future generations of landscape lighting professionals. The second is to preserve historical information about how landscape lighting started in the 1960’s, how it has become an integral part of landscape design, and how it has developed over time including the evolution of the techniques we use today— which has not been undertaken before this effort



The Kirlin Company / Reflection Point
[email protected]
www.kirlinlighting.com
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: Lighting showroom and education center.



The Lighting Collaborative, Inc
[email protected]
www.tlc4training.com
Lighting Services: information / training center
Profile: Complete lighting training services, specializing in the authoring and development of e-learning courses for the web or on CD-ROM. The Lighting Collaborative recently released a non-commercial, comprehensive self-training, interactive CD course called “mediaLIGHT, Ballast Technology”.



The Lighting Solutions Center
[email protected]
www.lightingsolutionscenter.com

Lighting Services:
information / training center
Profile: Hubbell Lighting offers an unprecedented opportunity to gain cutting-edge lighting education in an environment that brings today’s most relevant lighting solutions to life. Our 25,000-square-foot Lighting Solutions Center, located at our Greenville, SC headquarters, is engineered to present a total solutions approach to current lighting challenges and to evolve to meet future lighting challenges head on.
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