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Inline Energy Efficiency Expo Huntsville

Wednesday, March 1, 2023
US Space and Rocket Center's Davidson Center

Inline Electric's Energy Efficiency Expo is an opportunity for architects, contractors, property managers, and others to stay informed about the newest energy efficient products and strategies. 

Each expo includes dozens of vendors, with their newest energy saving products on display, and important classes in which you can earn CEU credits. We hope you'll come join us! 

2023 Energy Expo Speakers:
Michelle Sipe-Exaros

Michelle Sipe Exaros is a Senior Manager for Government sales nationally at Lutron Electronics.  She joined Lutron in 2008 and holds a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and MBA from Drexel University.  Starting her career in the Services Department, she worked with end user clients on providing post-occupancy service support through service contracts, software maintenance agreements, and customized training programs.  Since 2014 she has been working with Government clients to assist with lighting control and motorized shading design and energy-saving recommendations to meet the latest federal agency design requirements, as well as assist with control system cybersecurity remediation.  She actively calls on all levels of the federal government with a focus on Dept of Defense, GSA, VA, and Dept of State.

How Good is Good Enough - Understanding LED Fixture Performance AIA / ASID / IDCEC

Light affects the look and feel of every space, and by using flexible, energy-efficient LED light sources you can create comfortable, beautiful and dynamic lighting environments. But as LED technology continually adapts and improves, it can be difficult to stay on top of the latest innovations, and to make sure you're getting the best performance. In this course, we'll break this down and give you simple tips on how to effectively evaluate different LED light sources to offer your clients an enhanced lighting experience.

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Jason Hong is a Regional Specification Sales Manager for Cooper Lighting Solutions. He has 35 years of experience in the lighting industry working in various Sales and Marketing positions. Some of these include managing “The Source” Cooper Lighting’s 35,000 sq. ft. Educational facility in Peachtree City GA and leading market development efforts for Cooper Lighting’s Energy Solutions Team. In addition to this he has worked for many years in the corporate entertainment field as audio / video engineer, as well as numerous years in the laser entertainment industry. Jason is based out of Cooper Lighting’s Lighting division headquarters in Peachtree City, GA.

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Cooper Lighting
How We Light Outdoor Spaces, The New Rules AIA / HSW

In creating the recommended practice ANSI/IES RP8-21, Recommended Practice for Design and Maintenance of Roadway and Parking Facility Lighting, the Illuminating Engineering Society, in chapter 17, changed the way we look at lighting in parking lots and parking garages. We are now able to conform with lower light levels if we have a better uniformity ratio. In this presentation we explore this and some of the underlying studies that brought us to this point.  

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Rochelle Rivers
Acuity Brands Lighting

Rochelle Rivers has almost 20 years in the lighting industry starting in 2002. She spent 12 years as manufacturer’s specification agent calling on architects, engineers, distributors, and electrical contractors in the Orlando area helping customers specify and design lighting for projects from schools to offices, to sports arenas. She joined Acuity in 2015 as a regional specification manager helping our agents and their customers from Alabama to Florida to better understand how lighting can truly transform a space.

In her spare time, she loves SEC football (Go Gators) and traveling the world with her husband and two children.

Wireless is More 2.0

Wireless technology is gaining popularity in building controls. In the backdrop of changing design trends and tightening building codes, it is important to understand the fundamentals of wireless technology and explore the potential risks of promoting wireless. In this course you will learn the important qualifiers of a robust wireless controls solution that will ensure a successful installation.

If you have any questions about next year's expo, please feel free to contact us! Registration questions: Nikki Franklin 866-942-2600

Energy Efficiency Expo questions: Randy Blackwood at (256) 990-0048

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