14 Apr Lighting Technology Update Seminars
CapitalTristate’s popular, award-winning Lighting Technology Update Seminar series returns with new presentations, topics, and updates dedicated to helping you successfully navigate the rapidly changing world of LED Lighting and Controls. The sheer number of products on the market can make choosing the right one for your application a real challenge. These seminars are designed to provide the knowledge and tools essential to good decision making. If you don’t have time to keep abreast of the almost daily changes in this fast-paced technology, this is a highly informative, interesting, and productive way to stay up to speed on the latest in LED Lighting and Controls.
This seminar is packed with the latest information on LED lighting, lighting controls, usage, technology impacts, benefits, and what’s ahead. Hear from industry experts and see what the landscape looks like now and in the future.
About the Instructors
Robert A. Preston, LC
Bob Preston is an Energy & Lighting Specialist with the Energy & Maintenance Services team for CapitalTristate. Bob is Lighting Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions. He has been with CapitalTristate for 30 years and has been specializing in lighting for the past ten years. Bob supports energy efficient lighting activities throughout CapitalTristate. He also helps coordinate utility incentive programs for the sales team and their customers, with particular focus on western MD and Pennsylvania.
Over the last ten years, Bob has spearheaded educational lighting seminars across the entire CapitalTristate market area. Hundreds of customers and employees have attended these events to learn about the latest advancements in energy efficient lighting technology. Bob specializes in the more technical aspects of lighting applications, particularly in the quickly developing LED marketplace.
William O’Connell, LC, LEED AP
William “Bill” O’Connell is a Specification Regional Sales Manager for Eaton, Inc’s Lighting Division, formerly known as Cooper Lighting. In addition to responsibility for sales of specification lighting products, O’Connell also serves as a technical resource for Eaton’s Rep Agencies in the region as well as lighting designers, engineering firms and end users, educating them on new lighting products and technologies.
Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP), O’Connell is also LEED AP certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. He is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) of North America, presenting on lighting applications and advances, light sources, legislation and regulation, among other topics.
This seminar includes:
• Over 4 hours of timely education and information, free of sales pitch, from presenters who are Lighting Certified by the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions (NCQLP)
• Personalized Certificate of Completion
•LUNCH and refreshments!
Several leading manufacturers will present their latest products and solutions and will have their products available during lunch.