Bernecker at the Helm
Craig Bernecker of the Lighting Education Institute assumed presidency of the IESNA on July 1, 2004. He succeeds Ronnie Farrar.
welcomes two new members
, administered by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, has welcomed two new members: Universal Lighting Technologies and Square D. The association is dedicated to educating the building design, construction and management industries about the benefits of switching and dimming controls.
The design industry gathered last week, from March 31 to April 2, in Las Vegas for Lightfair International 2004, the annual tradeshow and conference dedicated to architectural and commercial lighting.
lamp breakage releases up to one ton of mercury annually into the air -- National Electrical Manufacturers association
NAED Launches Contribution Campaign
On the heels of a sizeable donation by Lithonia Lighting to the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) Education & Research Foundation, the organization has launched the second part of its two-phase plan to raise funds in order to sustain and expand its services. (See 'NAED...
NEMA Publishes New Standard
Revised to address concerns raised by the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA) has published TP 2-2005, providing a standardized test method for measuring the energy consumption of distribution transformers. This document will assist manufacturers in...
Leviton's Helpful Hints
Night Watch: Checking in with the Dark Sky Movement
The October release of the IDA Model Lighting Ordinance 2005.3 promises to further a movement that has already made great strides.
Color Kinetics Joins NGLIA
Innovator and advocate for intelligent solid-state lighting,
naed endowment on a roll
the recent arrival of a steady stream of press releases announcing substantial donations to the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) Education and Research Foundation piqued the curiosity of A|L editors. What prompted the donations? And why the sizable amounts? The answer is a...