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LED Exterior Lighting Controls: Going Beyond Code (TIP 391)

Active 1119_LEDEx_461
1/1/2017 - 9/30/2018
Created 11/13/2019 by Conduit Admininistrator
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Contact and Funding
Lead Org(s): Bonneville Power Administration
Primary: Keshmira McVey krmcvey@bpa.gov
Project Objectives: Parking and exterior lighting designers are not taking full advantage of LED and controls. Easy dimming based on time and/or occupancy could save an additional 40% of energy. Energy codes recently adopted in the Northwest require parking lot lights to be dimmed by 30% after certain hours. This Technology Innovation Project (TIP 391) looks at: How to control lighting while maintaining peoples� perception of safety? When should they be dimmed? At what rate should the dimming occur? How much can they be dimmed and the site still be perceived as safe? 30%? 50%? 70%?
Current Project Phase: Active
Current Project Status: Not Specified
Project Outcome: Not Specified
Notes on Project Outcome: Still reviewing report
Additional Information
https://www.bpa.gov/EE/Technology/EE-emerging-technologies/Projects-Reports-Archives/Pages/LED-Exterior-Lighting-Controls-Going-Beyond-Code.aspx  - 
Demonstration of outdoor lighting 
Project is still underway
Rensler Poly Instute and Seattle Parks and Rec
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