SAVE THE DATE!
We know Nevada often moves faster than other states in implementing projects, keeping up with growth, and using technology innovations to meet far reaching ROIs. IES and AEE are collaborating on this moderated panel discussion on January 24, 2018.
We welcome you to learn from local lighting experts managing energy for commercial and municipal properties around Nevada. See how panel members have explored project balance sheets and schedules with financial models that would stun developers elsewhere.
They will share their insights, trend observations and best practices in this exciting presentation. Come listen as we pose 15 detailed questions to the professionals whose work illuminates our landscape and drives the energy engine that cannot stop.
This moderated panel will take a fast pace to deliver answers to questions from local experts representing diverse portfolios of properties in Nevada.
Put the date and time on your calendar – registration information coming soon!
Now bigger and better than ever!
- More vendors (over 40)
- Breakout Sessions with Industry Experts
- Free Lunch, Free Parking
- It is free to attend!
The Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan will host this 3-day international congress at Tokai University, Takanawa Campus in downtown Tokyo. Lighting scientists, engineers, and designers will gather to share knowledge and participate in technical talks and lectures by distinguished researchers. The campus is conveniently located for participants to enjoy sightseeing in greater Tokyo as well as to Mt Fuji, Hakone, and Kusatsu. It is also easily accessible from Haneda International Airport and Tokyo’s major train stations.
Since 1989, the Lux Pacifica Congress has helped to shape the history of lighting science and engineering in Pacific Rim countries. The Lux Pacifica 2018 will provide participants with the opportunity to demonstrate scientific and technological progress in this region and raise public awareness about lighting.
Light + Human Health
Circadian, Biological + Behavioral
How does light during the day and night affect our circadian, biological, and behavioral responses? At the 2018 IES Research Symposium, Light + Human Health, we will hear the latest research and consider how this research might affect current and future design applications. The symposium will bring together researchers and design professional for an open exchange of ideas that will influence future priorities for developing and adopting metrics, standards, and recommended practices.