DOE Recognizes 14 Partners in 2023 ILC

Sep 11, 2023
DOE Recognizes 14 Partners in 2023 ILC

Part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Better Buildings Initiative, the 2023 Integrated Lighting Campaign (ILC) recognized 14 total organizations at the IES’s Annual Conference in August. Eleven organizations were recognized for exemplary commitment to energy efficiency and environmental responsibility in their buildings, and three organizations were recognized for exhibiting exemplary support and advocacy for this work. This year’s program added new categories to highlight the potential of novel lighting technologies to contribute to equity, indoor air quality and sustainability in commercial and public spaces. The recognized participants are as follows,

  • Two Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities; MN
  • The City of Berkeley Public Safety Building; Berkeley, CA
  • Freeform; Boise, ID
  • Kinnelon High School; Kinnelon, NJ
  • Lighting Environments; Baltimore, MD
  • Lineage Logistics; Seattle, WA
  • Los Angeles County Parks & Recreation; Los Angeles, CA
  • Morenci Area Schools; Morenci, MI
  • Ortega Middle School; Alamosa, CO
  • The State of Michigan’s General Service Building; Dimondale, MI
  • Texas A&M University; College Station, TX

The recognized supporters are as follows,

  • California Energy Alliance (CEA); Sacramento, CA
  • Evergreen Consulting Group; Beaverton, OR

To read more details about each of the organizations, visit