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Today’s lighting technology is not just for lighting anymore. By integrating lighting and advanced lighting controls with other building and business systems, you can improve energy efficiency, reduce costs, and create comfortable spaces for occupants. The Integrated Lighting Campaign (ILC) is here to help support the use of energy efficient integrated lighting by offering technical and practical assistance to help facility owners, managers and all interested end-users to do just that.

How can we help?

The ILC can support and assist in a variety of ways, depending on your needs. Some example of ILC Technical Assistance include (but are not limited to):

  • Helping you to understand available technology
  • Connecting you to knowledge resources
  • Outlining the potential investments, roles, and workforce needed to support potential technology upgrades
  • Identifying and/or weighing the benefits, advantages, and potential disadvantages of technology upgrades
  • Support with energy savings assessments or greenhouse gas reduction assessments
  • Refer to other programs that support workforce development
  • Identify potential funding options / Refer to other programs that support financially
  • Studies and assessments of completed installations

If you could use help with any of this, or if there is something that you need that you do not see on this list, please contact us to let us know how we can help!

What is NOT covered in ILC Technical Assistance:

  • Design services or consulting including specification of technologies or approaches
  • Financial services or financial assistance including outlining specific financial opportunities, or providing actual financial resources, identifying specific investors.
  • Grant-writing assistance

We may be able to refer you to other programs that can provide these kinds of services. Please contact us for more information.

Quick Opportunity and Recommendations Assessment Tool for Schools

SCHOOLS: Try out the Quick Building Assessment Tool (QBAT) for a quick assessment to identify energy improvement opportunities, recommendations for energy efficiency measures, and associated health and safety benefits.

Contact the ILC team for help with the survey and to discuss the resulting opportunities or recommendations.