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Webinar: Take Control of CA Title 24 (AIA, USGBC)
April 14, 2021 | 12:00 am - 1:00 pm PDT$5 – $10
Credits: AIA Program #TCCT24 (1.0 LU/HSW)
USGBC Approved #0920012035 (1.0 GBCI CE Hours)
Description: By reviewing U.S. Department of Energy data, the participant will be able to describe the importance of energy conservation in buildings and how light control significantly helps. We will compare versions of the Standard and the participant will then be able to identify the key changes in Title 24 with regards to lighting and controls in nonresidential buildings. By using California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards, the participant will be able to determine how to meet the mandated lighting control requirements for new construction and additions of nonresidential buildings. Also, by using California’s Building Energy Efficiency Standards, the participant will be able to determine how to meet the mandated lighting control requirements for existing buildings lighting alterations of nonresidential buildings
NOTE THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD VIRTUALLY. A ZOOM LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO ALL REGISTRANTS THE MORNING OF THE EVENT
Speaker: Sam Myers entered the lighting control industry in 2015, joining Lutron, after leaving the United States Submarine Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. At Lutron, Sam helped launch a new wireless lighting control system focused on simplicity and code compliance. As a leader in Lutron’s QTS Program, Sam managed quality, training and service for Lutron Vive. During this time, Sam found a passion for teaching and training, working closely with Union Apprenticeship Training Centers to train our next generation of Electrical Contractors on lighting controls. Over the years, Sam has coordinated training at Lighting Design Labs in Seattle, the PG&E Energy Center in San Francisco, the Electrical Training Institute in Commerce, and has been a repeat presenter for IES Fundamentals of Lighting courses here in Orange County.