Please join us as we present the 2017 Commercial and Industrial lighting Incentives for Massachusetts. National Grid and other utilities are taking a greater role in supporting quality lighting design by encouraging a reduction in lighting energy use through the use of:
- Code-based best practices
- Energy efficient lighting technologies including controls
- Quality design by engaging lighting professionals
We will also discuss the recent changes to DLC Technical Requirement 4.0 and the impact on available lighting energy efficiency project incentives.
This presentation by Edward Bartholomew of National Grid and Jason Rainone of Abernathy Lighting Design will present new and radically revised lighting incentive programs that do more than save energy, but promote healthy and inspiring environments.
- Get the latest information on lighting program updates for 2017
- Learn why Deep Energy Savings requires lighting redesign of existing spaces, beyond one-for-one fixture replacement
- See how advanced lighting controls can significantly improve energy performance and how that translates into significantly better ownership cost and greater project incentives
- See how the market is transforming by aligning with code based best practices
- Learn lighting project application best practices for faster turnaround
FOR ELIGIBLE PROJECTS within National Grid's electric and/or gas service territories in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island. National Grid does not guarantee savings. Savings and energy efficiency experiences may vary. Terms and conditions apply. In Rhode Island: These programs are funded by the energy efficiency charge on all customers' utility bills, in accordance with Rhode Island law.
©2017 National Grid USA Service Company, Inc.
Edward Bartholomew, LC, LEED AP, IES of National Grid is the Commercial Lighting Program Manager. Edward is responsible for implementing customer oriented lighting incentive programs for commercial and industrial energy efficiency projects. Edward promotes advanced energy efficient lighting technologies and strategies to ensure the best lighting practices and outcomes.
Jason Rainone, IALD, LEED AP BD+C, Abernathy Lighting Design, Lighting Designer. Jason has collaborated on numerous projects including The Pawtucket Bridge # 550, Ferrari World - Abu Dhabi, The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, The New World of Coca-Cola, The Tampa Bay History Center, Ripley's Believe It or Not, The Pratt Hill Condominium Complex, The Gateway Auto Museum, The Greenbay Packers' Hall of Fame and many others.