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MEETING NEWS
August 20, 2015

The presentations and notes from the 2015 Stakeholder Meeting are now available! View the presentations here

July 27, 2015

Register online by July 30th! Registration will close on Thrusday July 30 at midnight. On-site registration will be available.

May 12, 2015

Registration for the 2015 DLC Stakeholder Meeting is now open! To secure your spot, register today.

Join us in Washington D.C.!

 

The fourth annual DLC Stakeholder Meeting will draw together leading professionals from across the solid state lighting and energy efficiency industries.  Participants bring myriad perspectives including energy efficiency program managers and executives, utility contractors, solid state lighting manufacturers, lighting designers, lighting specifiers, testing laboratory representatives, electrical and installation companies, and government agencies.

Highly regarded experts in their fields will lead and participate in engaging sessions that cover a range of current topics affecting the solid state lighting industry. The gathering will facilitate working relationships and further common understanding among lighting professionals, DLC members and stakeholders. Networking will be a central objective of the meeting with an agenda that will offer pre-conference workshops, educational opportunities, focused networking sessions as well as informal networking opportunities.

What to Expect 

           August 3 - FREE pre-conference workshops and Evening Happy Hours. 

           August 4 - Day One of speaker presentations, panel discussions, and

                            networking. Evening Off-site Reception.

           August 5 - Day Two  of speaker presentations, panel discussions, and

                            networking.

           August 6 - Half Day of DLC member only meeting (by invitation only)*.

*DLC members are regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency programs throughout the U.S. and Canada.   

 “The DLC Stakeholder Meeting has become a must-see event in the solid state lighting industry and has been bringing important stakeholders to the table to find future-oriented solutions for common issues year after year.”

Don’t miss the premier solid state lighting conference, featuring collaborative discussion about lighting industry and DLC processes and issues such as efficiency, value, and future developments!

 

    

 


Who should Atten​d

  • utility and energy efficiency program managers and executives,
  • utility contractors,
  • solid state lighting manufacturers,
  • lighting designers,
  • lighting specifiers,
  • testing laboratory representatives,
  • electrical and installation companies,
  • and government agencies.

 

 


Why You Should Attend

The DesignLights Consortium™ Stakeholder Meeting is a unique opportunity for professionals from all sectors of the lighting industry to come together and delve into issues affecting solid state lighting, a technology that is still constantly evolving, while gaining an understanding of DLC’s scope and influence in the market place.

 

Help shape the Future of SSL T​echnology.

Understanding scope and impact of the DLC program is essential in helping to develop specifications that ensure quality LED products are available in the market place. DLC Members and Stakeholders will be able to discuss DLC processes and developments that inform market introduction and the shape of SSL technology in the future.

 

Interact with DLC Members.

DLC members, who are regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency programs throughout the U.S. and Canada, will be present to interact with their peers and other stakeholders in the lighting industry, learn about each other’s energy efficiency programs, and exchange lessons learned.

 

Interact with Industry Stakeholders.

Stakeholders from across the industry will be able to have exchanges on neutral grounds during panel discussions, concurrent sessions, and structured as well as informal networking times.

 

Participate on a panel.

Being part of a panel will allow you to share your knowledge and expertise with others in the SSL industry, while providing visibility to your programs.

 

Attend Breakout Sessions.

DLC staff will address a small audience to present on and answer questions about specific topics ranging from DLC applications, to logo guidelines, and lighting design.

 

Attend CEU courses and workshops. 

On the day before the conference, CEU courses and workshops will be offered for no extra cost. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about specific topics not addressed on the meeting agenda.

 

Participate in Structured Networking. 

Small group meetings between individual manufacturers and utility program administrators are aimed to increase understanding between the utility programs and manufacturers in order to maximize the value of incentive programs and leverage market opportunities. Space is limited. Sponsors of the meeting have priority in the selection process for participation.  

 

With the rapid changes that the S​SL industry ​is experiencing, the DLC Stakeh​older Meeting is the perfe​ct ve​nue to share and gather information and experiences. Engaging Stakeholders from all sectors of the SSL industry has been a cornerstone for DLC in making the internationally recognized program a success.

 

 
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About DLC

The DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) is a project of Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP), a regional non-profit founded in 1996 whose mission is to serve the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic to accelerate energy efficiency in the building sector through public policy, program strategies and education. The DLC promotes quality, performance and energy efficient commercial sector lighting solutions through collaboration among its federal, regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency program members; luminaire manufacturers; lighting designers and other industry stakeholders throughout the U.S. and Canada.

 
 
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