DOE Educates and Informs at LIGHTFAIR
May 19, 2011
The DOE Solid-State Lighting booth welcomed record crowds and standing-room-only audiences at its training sessions during LIGHTFAIR® International, held May 15–19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. LIGHTFAIR is the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference and is co-sponsored by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and the International Association of Lighting Designers. This year, over 20,000 lighting design, architectural, and engineering professionals converged in Philly to tour nearly 500 exhibits and soak up the latest lighting innovations and education.
DOE Lighting Program Manager Jim Brodrick participated in a special event panel on May 17 dedicated to “Creating a Vision for OLED Lighting.”
Creating a Vision for OLED Lighting
In addition, Brodrick presented the latest on the L Prize competition—the race to replace the common light bulb.
L Prize Update (presentation)
L Prize Competition Status (handout)
L Prize Status of Entry (handout)
As part of DOE’s ongoing commitment to lighting education, representatives were on hand at the DOE booth to answer questions, offer vendor-neutral perspective, and provide training sessions on a wide range of topics.
Department of Energy SSL Program Overview
LED T8 Replacement Lamps: How Well Do They Compete?
Municipal Solid-State Street Lighting Consortium: The First Year
LED Flicker/LED Dimming
Latest GATEWAY Demonstration Results
Recent Findings from CALiPER Testing
LED Replacement Lamp Testing Results
Update on SSL Standard Method for Predicting Lumen Maintenance
Update on the Lighting Facts Program
High-Performance 2x2 Luminaire Specification