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DLC Controls Summit ’23 Announces Panelists For NLC-HVAC Integration Session

DLC Controls Summit ’23 Announces Panelists For NLC-HVAC Integration Session


The DLC Controls Summit has announced panelists for the session, A Brighter Future for NLC Energy Savings Through External Systems Integration, which will be held on Wednesday, 9/27.

The panelists will quantify the potential energy savings in two different regions, explore innovative efficiency programs to support NLC-HVAC integration, and consider the potential impacts of regulatory goals and energy codes. The three panelists are:

  • Lauren Morlino specializes in researching and prototyping innovative technologies and services for utilities and their customers. Lauren has researched and designed initiatives for lighting, controls, heat pumps, refrigeration, consumer electronics, and controlled environment agriculture (CEA) equipment.
  • Kyle Hemmi is experienced in energy engineering, lighting design, product sales, and management. He is an advisor to the DesignLights Consortium’s (DLC)® SSL and Networked Lighting Controls technical steering committees and he was formerly the Chair of the Lighting Controls Committee of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES).
  • Levin Nock (Moderator) researches and develops new policies for DLC’s LUNA and NLC programs. Levin has managed research on energy-efficient LED lighting and lighting controls at Bonneville Power Administration and has experience analyzing commercial building energy efficiency at a national research firm.

You can register for the DLC Controls Summit ’23 here. After September 5, registration will increase from $349 to $399. The event’s group rate at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center ends on September 4. 

 LightNOW is the media sponsor for the DLC Controls Summit ’23.

  • Matthew Stewart September 10, 2023, 9:55 PM

    Will you have coverage of projects completed. I would like to hear about equipment used and commissioning for as many project as possible because I suspect there are many different ways to accomplish similar results. We have customers that want integrated lighting and HVAC controls. We know that Lutron will use DALi to communicate with a BAS then HVAC can be added. We would like to learn about the complete network parts so to price for projects and implement. We have one customers that wants Amana and we’ve used Lutron VIVE products. I believe both use DALI. Who are the BAS equipment providers that can make this work? Can you help me find published information that will help with my need to understand better how to put together a successful network integrated lighting + HVAC project?


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