Inline Energy Expo Nashville
April 20, 2022
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!
Acuity Brands Lighting
Rochelle Rivers brings over 19 years experience working within the lighting industry. She spent 12 years as a specification sales agent in the Orlando, FL market working with engineers, architects, and designers on commercial lighting projects. She then took a position as the Southeast Regional Manager for a solar lighting company where she worked directly with city and county governments to foster growth in the solar industry.
In 2015, she joined Acuity Brands as a Senior Specification Sales Manager for the Southeast. She gained her Lighting Certification in 2015 and works jointly with our Acuity agencies to provide the best lighting solutions, service, and education to the design community.
She holds a degree in Economics and Math from the University of Florida and currently resides in Orlando, FL.
Pathogen Reduction for the Modern Age: UV and Near UV as disinfection aids
Credit: AIA #AB2016 1LU/ HSW
Recognize the ability and effectiveness of UV and some near UV sources to reduce pathogens on surfaces and in air. Discuss the different technologies in use for occupied and unoccupied spaces.
2022 Energy Expo Speakers:
Michelle Sipe Exaros is the National Sales Manager for Government sales at Lutron Electronics. She holds a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and joined Lutron in 2008. 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 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, and Dept of State.
Illuminating Our Experiences with Human Centric Lighting
Credit: AIA # IEH001
Human centric lighting is an oft discussed design term; yet there is confusion about what it is and how to use new and existing technologies to achieve it. This course helps professionals understand how to define human centric lighting, what benefits it can provide to people, buildings and businesses, and how to practically apply it when designing projects. It also addresses the intersection between electric lighting & natural daylight, and how achieving a human centric design requires an integrated approach to those two disciplines.
Daniel Christiano has been with Hubbell Lighting for 5 years and currently serves as the Southeast Specification Sales Manager. Daniel also worked on Hubbell’s National Accounts Team calling on end users and energy service contractors, working on projects in the Healthcare, Government and Manufacturing verticals. Prior to working at Hubbell he held positions in the lighting industry both in distribution and manufacturing calling on manufacturer’s reps and the specification community. Daniel has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Florida Atlantic University.
CCT and Color Metrics
Credit: AIA# J239 ACES02 1LU/ HSW
How to accurately measure and quantify correlated color temperature and color rendering has been a topic of discussion for decades. The new TM-30-15 method from the IES addresses many of the shortcomings of the old single metric CRI system. In the past, several other metrics were investigated and implemented with limited results. Now TM-30 applies the latest in color science and measurement techniques and features both numeric and graphic outputs that help better interpret the results in real-world applications.
If you have any questions about next year's expo, please feel free to contact us! Registration questions: Nikki Franklin or Aaron Hutchens at (866) 942-2600
Energy Efficiency Expo questions: Randy Blackwood at (256) 990-0048