Join us for this LIVE webinar on lighting retrofits! What considerations, strategies and leading product categories you need to know!
The current market has stringent energy codes, prevalent controls usage and dwindling utility incentives, which may lead you to ask yourself, how cost effective are lighting retrofit projects? If you are currently doing lighting retrofits or are considering getting into this type of lighting work, join us on Thursday, November 11th for an informative lecture on what you may want to consider to have a successful strategy for today’s market.
Attendees will Learn:
- Who are the current Industry players
- Best retrofit strategies
- Who should work on the project and determine the best solution: electrical contractor, a lighting retrofit contractor, an energy services company, a lighting designer and an electrical engineer?
- What type of solution makes the best economic sense and will work best for your customer: a lamp change, retrofit kit, new fixtures, redesign & ROI?
- How to audit best practices to make sure that existing conditions are identified, noted and recorded properly so that there will be no surprises later.
- Solution comparisons to deliver a great payback and improve the lighted environment.
About our Speaker:
Frank Agraz, LC, IES Director, Eco Engineering, C&I Engineering
Mr. Agraz has worked in the energy efficient lighting community for 25+ years and serves as Director of the C&I Engineering department at Eco Engineering. He and his team develop turnkey lighting project opportunities and provide technical and educational support to the customer. Prior to his current role, he co-founded Maneri Agraz Enterprises, a leading turnkey lighting retrofit provider. He serves on the Illuminating Engineering Society board of directors as Vice President. Mr. Agraz is Lighting Certified by the NCQLP and is the immediate past Exam Committee Chair, responsible for the group that develops and maintains the content of the annual LC exam. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS in Industrial Distribution.
Attendees will earn 0.5 continuing education credits.