IES WEBINAR: ASHRAE 90.1 LIGHTING MODEL ON DECEMBER 13TH

The Illuminating Engineering Society is a co-sponsor of Standard 90.1 along with ASHRAE. ASHRAE published an addendum and responded to comments on the addendum related to Standard 90.1. The addendum will establish the lighting power density values for Standard 90.1-2019. The focus of the webinar will be how the lighting model works and the inputs and outputs of the model. Presenters on the webinar include IES members: Kelly Seeger (Lighting Subcommittee Chair), Marty Salzberg, and Michael Myer. Participants to this webinar are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU). Participants to this webinar are eligible for one (1) IES Continuing Education Unit (CEU).

SPEAKERS:

Marty Salzberg was an architectural lighting consultant for more than thirty years, designing ??mostly institutional projects such as performing arts centers, libraries, schools and hospitals, as well as large site projects. Her work was honored with multiple industry awards for design and energy efficiency. As a member of the IES, Marty has taught sections of the FoL class in NYC, has been a member of the Library Lighting Committee since 2003 and is currently the Chair. She is a Professional Member of the IALD, serving as the IALD representative to the ASHRAE/IES 90.1 code committee. Marty teaches NYC energy code at the Building Energy Exchange (BEEx) and teaches lighting design at NY School of Interior Design.

 

Michael Myer has worked for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for more than 10 years.

Michael primarily supports the Department of Energy in his work. Both regulatory and voluntary market transformation work is included in Michael’s portfolio. Within the regulatory field, Michael has supported Department of Energy’s Appliance Standards program as well as now the Building Energy Codes Program. On the market transformation side, Michael is technical lead for Department of Energy’s Better Building Alliances. Michael has experience with field demonstrations involving lighting and advanced controls. Michael has an M.S. in Lighting from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Before joining the lab, Michael was an architectural lighting designer in New York.

 

Kelly Seeger is Technical Policy Manager for Signify where she leads building codes and

standards activities for North America, advising company business groups, market teams, and researchers on implications for products and systems from pre-development through installation. She serves as Lighting Subcommittee Chair of ASHRAE SSPC 90.1 and is also active in the development of CA T24 and IECC and is involved with key organizations relevant to building efficiency, green building standards & codes, energy rating and benchmarking, and smart buildings. Kelly has worked in lighting and energy efficiency in the U.S. for nearly twenty years; her experience includes lighting design and application, strategic planning, voice of customer and market analysis, presentation and training, and energy efficiency & transformative market consulting. She holds M.S. Lighting and B.S. Building Sciences degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York. She is Lighting Certified by the NCQLP, a LEED Accredited Professional, and is Past President of the New York City Section of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America.

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